Articles in Patient Safety Monitor Journal - Volume 16 Issue 8
Although sponges continue to be the most detrimental, small miscellaneous items are an emerging concern as reporting improves
Quality improvement requires strength in numbers. At least that's what hospitals in Maryland and Pennsylvania are finding as recent reports show that collaboration among local hospitals can lead to impressive patient safety improvements.
A new study finds that approximately four to nine human factors contribute to each never event.
In early June, representatives from farming and healthcare convened at the White House to discuss a common thread that links the two industries: antibiotic resistance.