Keyword: Patient Safety Movement Foundation
Having a safe patient handling program is one way to reduce the risk of workplace injuries in hospitals and, by doing so, cut down on costs.
Why do we rush to judge and assign all human error as a failure of the person—the “bad apple” theory—instead of a symptom of larger system causes?
Seven years ago, Joe Kiani founded the Patient Safety Movement Foundation with an audacious goal: Get to zero preventable patient deaths by 2020.
Big-name healthcare organizations are asking CMS to push back the application deadline for its new accountable care organizations.
Here’s what he had to say about the goal of zero preventable patient deaths and the ROI of safety.
Peter Pronovost's mission is to help healthcare organizations to believe that it's actually possible to achieve zero patient deaths.
The curriculum is one of 17 Actionable Patient Safety Solutions to help train health professionals to reduce preventable patient deaths.