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Lack of Care Coordination Leads to Chaos and Confusion

Posted by Rachel Verslues on May 16, 2016 10:00:00 AM

We talk a lot about the importance of care coordination and operational efficiency on this blog—and with good reason. I’d like to share a presentation that has stuck in my mind since we attended the NCDR16 conference last month.

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Topics: care coordination, operational efficiency, patient experience

Patient Safety Report Focuses on Medical Errors & How to Prevent Them

Posted by Rachel Verslues on Apr 25, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Since care coordination runs through every part of a healthcare organization, and it impacts patient safety and the quality of care patients receive, it needs to work. Unfortunately, a lot of times it doesn’t – or at least not as well as it should. Well, what better way to learn than from your mistakes?

The 2015 Annual Patient Safety Organization (PSO) Report from the Center for Patient Safety (CPS) summarizes events reported to the organization throughout the year, so that healthcare organizations can learn from each other and improve patient safety as a community.

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Topics: care coordination, patient safety, patient experience

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