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    Pandemic Reflections

    by Missy Padoll | 04/29/2021

    For those of us working in health care, we knew at the end of 2019 that a serious situation was evolving. By January 2020, regular discussions were underway regarding use of precautions as reports of infected individuals grew. But no one fully appreciated that this emerging virus would so quickly become a once-in-a-century pandemic.

     

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  • HaoBlog

    Safety Salute: Life as a Mass General Anesthesia Resident

    by Kelsey Damrad, Massachusetts General Hospital | 08/14/2020

    Mass General anesthesia resident David Hao, MD, discusses the hospital's response to COVID-19 and shares his hopes for the future.

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    “Patient Safety” Wasn’t in Anybody’s Job Title: An Exit Interview with Darrell Ranum

    by Tom Augello, CRICO | 04/30/2020

    When you have a perfect match between a person’s career arc and the movement he worked within, you have an ideal story for a podcast. I recently had the chance to interview 30-year patient safety veteran Darrell Ranum as he prepares to retire this year. He’s a Vice President for Risk Management and Patient Safety at one of the largest medical malpractice insurers in the nation, The Doctors Company.

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    The Power of the Picture

    by Hojjat Salmasian, MD, MPH, PHD | 01/22/2020

    Innovations in patient safety do not have to be complicated. Sometimes, a solution to ensuring patients receive the right treatment is as simple as having their photograph taken and displayed in their electronic health record.

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  • World Patient Safety Day

    by Katy Schuler | 09/18/2019

    Today is the first-ever World Patient Safety Day, a global campaign launched by the World Health Organization to shine a light on patient safety in order to increase public awareness and spur engagement. Patient safety is a driving mission behind the work we do at CRICO Strategies and we always appreciate the opportunity to shine a light on patient safety accomplishments that are being forged within our CBS Community. Our goal is to unite the medical and insurance communities into a single voice...

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    Huddling for Safety

    by Lisa Ellis | 07/31/2019

    Many health system today follow a culture of safety. And for a growing number of them, daily safety huddles are becoming an integral part of these efforts.

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    Measuring the ROI of Patient Safety Programs

    by Adam Schaffer, MD, MPH | 05/08/2019

    Analyses of the return on investment (ROI) of patient safety programs are a relative rarity. This is unfortunate, as such analyses would provide patient safety officers with data that could potentially resonate in the C-suite. Although rare, research in this area does exist.

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    Fellowship Taught MD How to See

    by Brittany Esty, MD, MPH, CPPS, Attending Physician, Allergy and Immunology, Boston Children's Hospital | 10/10/2018

    In her recent “Mission Presentation” to CRICO employees, Dr. Brittany Esty shared how her experience as a Patient Safety and Quality Fellow taught her to “see.”

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    Path to a Model Patient Safety Profile

    by Katy Schuler | 09/25/2018

    What is the impact of an organization’s cultural discrepancies on patient safety?

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  • LLI2017

    Getting On Board at the Lucian Leape Institute 10th Annual Forum

    by Tom Augello, CRICO | 10/05/2017

    Patient Safety luminaries crowded at the Boston Marriott Newton on September 28th to hear about new research and share ideas on engaging the governing boards of medical institutions. CRICO caught up with several of them during the breaks to gather some insights.

     

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