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Physician Engagement in TeamSTEPPS and Patient Safety

Nov 22, 2021
As TeamSTEPPS becomes implemented into the health care environment, it can be challenging to sustain efforts without physician engagement and continual involvement. John Nunes, M.D., Chief Safety and Quality Officer for St. Charles Health System lectures on the topic of physician engagement in TeamSTEPPS and offers insight into the removal of barriers to physician involvement. This presentation highlightS his experience in dealing with an intergenerational workforce and its relevance to team dynamics. (Webinar presented January 10, 2018)

Be Well: Patient Safety and Clinician Well-being

May 21, 2021
In April 2021, one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, the Physician Alliance engaged Michael R. Privitera, MD, MS, Professor of Psychiatry Medical Director, Medical Faculty and Clinician Wellness Program University of Rochester Medical Center and Kate MacNamee, MS, Director of Design Research at Ximedica to discuss the link between clinician well-being and patient safety.

Continuous Monitoring & Its Impact on Patient Safety 

Mar 2, 2021
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Ventilated Proning-Process Improvement for Patient and Caregiver Safety

Nov 4, 2021
Ventilated Proning-Process Improvement for Patient and Caregiver Safety  

AHRQ issues patient safety resource

Mar 12, 2020
A new report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality consolidates the latest evidence on 47 patient safety practices to help hospitals, primary care practices, long-term care facilities and other providers target and focus their patient safety efforts.

Building a Culture of Respect to Improve Patient Safety, Medical Team Performance and Patient and Staff Satisfaction

Nov 21, 2021
Disrespectful work environments in health care represent a risk to patient safety and have negative impacts on patient outcomes and staff satisfaction. Bettina Siewert, MD and Suzanne Swedeen RN, MSN from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center discuss the impact of disrespectful work environments on health care, explore frequently experienced disrespectful behaviors in the workplace, as well as behaviors that are seen as respectful, and share measures for building a strong culture of respect. (Webinar presented May 8, 2019)

Patient Safety Organization (PSO) Participation: Why It Matters

Sep 22, 2020
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Other Cybersecurity Reports

The importance of cybersecurity in protecting patient safety | Cybersecurity | Center

Oct 9, 2020
A HIGH-LEVEL GUIDE FOR HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SYSTEM SENIOR LEADERS. Health care organizations continually face evolving cyberthreats that can put patient safety at risk.

Panel releases national plan to accelerate patient safety progress

Sep 14, 2020
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s National Steering Committee for Patient Safety, whose members include the AHA and its American Organization for Nursing Leadership, released a national action plan to accelerate patient safety progress across the care continuum.

Chair File: Ensuring a Culture of Safety to Protect our Patients and Care Teams

Sep 20, 2021
News coverage continues to show that many hospitals have been stretched beyond capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each wave has brought incredible pressure on our health care workforce, and the physical and emotional exhaustion is leading to ever greater staff shortages at hospitals.