Using Data To Improve Patient Safety: Part 2 — Real Life Use Cases


Stan and Valere will discuss how using an automated trigger tool for all-cause harm reviews will provide timely, real-time patient safety data useful to drive down harm rates with earlier interventions. Additional benefits of this approach include having a more accurate and robust source of data for identifying harm trends to then be able to integrate the findings into existing quality improvement processes for further quality improvement efforts.
Attendees will learn how to:
  1. Understand the importance of dedicating resources to impact downstream costs
  2. Identify their key sources of Patient Safety data
  3. Integrate Patient Safety data in to existing Quality Improvement Processes
  4. Learn and improve from real-time safety analytics combined with a Culture of Safety

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