Patient safety in the ambulatory setting. A clinician-based approach.

@article{PlewsOgan2004PatientSI,
  title={Patient safety in the ambulatory setting. A clinician-based approach.},
  author={Margaret Plews-Ogan and Mohan M. Nadkarni and Sue Forren and Darlene Leon and Donna M. White and Don Marineau and John B. Schorling and Joel M. Schectman},
  journal={Journal of general internal medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={19 7},
  pages={719-25}
}
BACKGROUND Voluntary reporting of near misses/adverse events is an important but underutilized source of information on errors in medicine. To date, there is very little information on errors in the ambulatory setting and physicians have not traditionally participated actively in their reporting or analysis. OBJECTIVES To determine the feasibility and effectiveness of clinician-based near miss/adverse event voluntary reporting coupled with systems analysis and redesign as a model for… CONTINUE READING
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