This is a first step in providing nation-wide collaboration to develop an effective process for PSOs to guide their members in the development of effective reporting systems to capture adverse and near-miss events in virtual care.

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In this first ever National Safe Table for PSOs, 30 patient safety organizations discussed the patient safety risks associated with
virtual care delivery.



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