Articles in Patient Safety Monitor Journal - Volume 16 Issue 11
When The Joint Commission announced its proposed changes to NPSG.07.06.01 in September, it's likely that they were met with more shrugged shoulders than panicked expressions.
When the OpenNotes initiative first began in 2010, it consisted of just over 100 primary care physicians in three medical centers.
As more consumer websites get into the business of rating physicians, hospitals are jumping on board in an effort to contribute to the online conversation
A new, simple, distinct naming convention for pediatric patients could have a huge impact on patient safety
Hand hygiene compliance and influenza vaccination are two patient safety practices that should be considered mandatory, according to experts at the National Patient Safety Foundation's (NPSF) Lucian Leape Institute.