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January 2, 2019 Nurses Are Key in Preventing Deadly Diagnostic Errors in Cardiovascular Diseases
December 19, 2018 Clear Communication: Always Key to Quality Care
November 7, 2018 Machine-Learning System Could Aid Critical Decisions in Sepsis Care

Funded in part by CRICO, this study enabled researchers from MGH and MIT to develop a predictive model to help guide clinicians in deciding when to give potentially life-saving sepsis treatment to patients being treated in the emergency room (ER).

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Find a complete listing of published news articles, research papers, and press releases referencing CRICO and members of our CBS Community.

This page lists all the press releases, research papers, and published articles in one chronological view. CRICO grant-funded research articles show red flag. Articles related to a member of our CBS Community show a blue flag.

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Nurses Are Key in Preventing Deadly Diagnostic Errors in Cardiovascular Diseases

January 2, 2019

Cardiovascular nurses have tremendous potential to reduce unnecessary cardiovascular deaths from misdiagnoses and lead efforts to address diagnostic errors in both independent and collaborative practices. READ MORE >

Clear Communication: Always Key to Quality Care

December 19, 2018

Hand in hand with development and application of effective therapies should be clear communication between patients and their oncology professionals.

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Machine-Learning System Could Aid Critical Decisions in Sepsis Care

November 7, 2018

Funded in part by CRICO, this study enabled researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to develop a predictive model to help guide clinicians in deciding when to give potentially life-saving sepsis treatment to patients being treated in the emergency room (ER). READ MORE >

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Medical Malpractice Claims within Cardiology from 2006 to 2015

October 23, 2018

New study published in American Journal of Cardiology finds cardiology-related malpractice risks significantly increased in the US between 2006 and 2015.

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What Does It Take to Increase Patient Engagement in Primary Care Settings?

October 17, 2018

CRICO partnered with the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP) to conduct a study to achieve a better understanding of what primary care practices are doing to engage patients. READ MORE >

Health System Expansions Can Pose Safety Risks

October 16, 2018

CRICO President and CEO Mark E. Reynolds and Susan Haas, M.D. of Ariadne Labs discuss their organizations’ joint effort to uncover and address the potential risk inherent in the recent and future spate of mergers and acquisitions among health care organizations.

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CRICO Risk Management Grant Program 2019 RFA Announcement

August 9, 2018

CRICO announces a Request for Applications to Improve Patient Safety. READ MORE >

An Evidence-based Intraoperative Communication Tool for Emergency General Surgery: A Pilot Study

August 1, 2018

Researchers of this CRICO-funded study developed and then piloted an evidence-based tool aimed at improving team communication in Emergency General Surgery. READ MORE >

Hospital Mergers or Acquisitions May Cause Short-Term Patient Safety Issues

July 31, 2018

Drawing from a CRICO-funded study that found institutional partnerships and transactions might put patients at a higher risk for harm in the short run,  this STAT op-ed piece emphasizes that “Improving the safety of patient care is possible during mergers and affiliations, but requires intentional efforts.”

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Viewpoint: Why Hospital Mergers Raise Patient Safety Problems

July 31, 2018

This Becker’s Hospital Review viewpoint offers six insights garnered from a July 31, 2018 STAT op-ed piece, written by Ariadne Labs researchers and CRICO’s president and CEO Mark E. Reynolds.

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