Study Conclusion: Implementation of I-PASS has been associated with substantial improvements in patient safety and can beapplied to a variety of disciplines and types of patient handoffs. Widespread implementation of I-PASS has the potential tosubstantially improve patient safety in the United States and beyond.

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Starmer AJ, Spector ND, West DC, Srivastava R, Sectish TC, Landrigan CP [for the I-PASS Study Group]. Integrating research, quality improvement, and medical education for better handoffs and safer care: Disseminating, adapting, and implementing the I-PASS program. Joint Commission on Quality and Patient Safety. July 2017; 43(7):319–329.

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