This report helps healthcare organizations begin patient safety discussions and set priorities by uncovering possible issues and laying out action steps that may minimize the occurrence of adverse events. The list is a must read for c-suite, directors of patient safety, risk, and quality, and everyone concerned with making healthcare facilities safer.
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This is very pertinent question.
Since Dx has been number 1 on the list for the last 4 years has anybody seen this having an effect on hospital administration and clinical leadership attitudes?
I would love to hear stories of institutions which have made this their number one priority and what impact it's had.
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