• October 8, 2020
  • | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM |
  • Virtual Event via GoToWebinar

Please join us as we share findings from projects funded through CRICO’s grants program.



CRICO is dedicated to helping its members and affiliated health care organizations improve the quality and safety of patient care. Our grant program awards funds to stimulate research and patient safety interventions related to this goal. Findings from ongoing and completed projects will be shared. Our goal is to evaluate lessons learned and explore future directions for patient safety research. We look forward to your participation.



Michael Barry, MD, MACP and Suzanne Brodney, PhD, RD

Does “Perfected Informed Consent” Improve Trust in the Physician and Reduce Regret Following Orthopedic Surgery?

Alan Brush, MD, FACP and Aishia Springer, MSN, RN, CACP

Management of DOACs by Centralized AMS to Reduce Medication Mismanagement and Safety Events

Michael Hassett, MD

Oral Chemotherapy Safety in the Ambulatory Oncology Practice

Ozanan Meireles, MD, FACS

Artificial Intelligence for Risk Prediction from Intraoperative Events

Mitchell Feldman, MD and Kavishwar Wagholikar, MD

Artificial Intelligence to Enhance a Cognitive Aid for Identifying Patients at Risk of Missed Diagnosis

Aaron Aguirre, MD

An Early-Warning System to Prevent Adverse Events in Hospitalized Patients after Cardiac Surgery



You can view past examples of our research in action on the Grants Content section of our grants home page or by looking for the red grants icon in the news listing.