Integrating Quality and Safety Data for Better Staff and Patient Outcomes

June 29, 2018

Quality measures and standard patient outcome sets have garnered significant traction over the years. The same however, cannot be said for safety – there is no consensus on what safety is, and organizations have difficulty tracking, analyzing and utilizing data to improve safety. How can we leverage integrated tools and data in order to set up systems for improved workplace safety, and ultimately bridge the connection to quality? 

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  • What quality and patient safety means in healthcare?
  • How we can take a system’s approach to patient safety?
  • How can we do more with our data to build a stronger relationship between quality and patient safety.
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