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Characterization of adverse events detected in a large health care delivery system using an enhanced global trigger tool over a five-year interval.
OBJECTIVE To report 5 years of adverse events (AEs) identified using an enhanced Global Trigger Tool (GTT) in a large health care system. STUDY SETTING Records from monthly random samples of adultsExpand
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Description and Evaluation of Adaptations to the Global Trigger Tool to Enhance Value to Adverse Event Reduction Efforts
Objective To adapt the Global Trigger Tool (GTT) as a sustainable monitoring tool able to characterize adverse events (AEs) for organizational learning, within the context of limited resources.Expand
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Large-scale deployment of the Global Trigger Tool across a large hospital system: refinements for the characterisation of adverse events to support patient safety learning opportunities
Background The Institute for Healthcare Improvement encourages use of the Global Trigger Tool to objectively determine and monitor adverse events (AEs). Setting Baylor Health Care System (BHCS) is anExpand
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Development and Testing of Baylor Scott & White Health's “Attitudes and Practices of Patient Safety Survey”
Improving the quality of patient care requires a culture attuned to safety. We describe the development, implementation, and psychometric evaluation of the Attitudes and Practices of Patient SafetyExpand
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