Articles in Patient Safety Monitor Journal - Volume 21 Issue 1
Now that we’re in January, we’ve asked Mary Voutt-Goos, director of patient safety initiatives at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, to give her take on the past 10 years, as well as what’s in store for patient safety.
While no one would say that we’re close to that goal, a lot of progress has been made—progress that’s saved many lives.
A new report provides five system-level strategies with specific initiative examples for hospitals to improve prevention, identification, and treatment of opioid use disorder.
10% of healthcare workers in the U.S. are abusing drugs of some sort.
Running out of water in an emergency is not something a hospital wants to think about. However, recent events have shown that it can and does happen:
The most successful hospitals not only focus on patient safety and positive outcomes, they also create a collective winning mindset within the organization.