CRICO’s RFA Grant Program
CRICO is pausing its annual Request for Application (RFA) grant program. While we recognize the value that this program provided with the identification, evaluation, and implementation of patient safety solutions, we are evaluating all of the aspects of our grant making processes to ensure that they are aligned with both areas of medical malpractice risk, as well as the patient safety priorities of our local medical community.
CRICO’s Grant Funding in Action
CRICO’s grant-funded projects continue to stimulate research and patient safety interventions intended to improve the quality and safety of patient care. Past grant awards have developed interventions that have made a distinct impact on improving patient safety to include improvements is surgical safety, enhancements to patient electronic health records, and using artificial intelligence to augment diagnostic procedures.
Download this overview of CRICO grant-funded projects from 2016 to present.
Spotlighted Grant-funded Projects
- Impact of an Epic-integrated Safety Dashboard and Interactive Pre-discharge Checklist on Post-discharge Adverse Events
- Dr. Raul Uppot’s: A Verbal Electronic Surgical Safety Checklist for the Intensive Care Unit
- Dr. Mitchell Feldman’s: Artificial Intelligence to Enhance a Cognitive Aid for Identifying Patients at Risk of Missed Diagnosis
- Dr. Mara Schonberg’s: Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Among Women 40–49 in Primary Care
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