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Exploring Vulnerability to Patient Safety Events along the Age Continuum

PIPSQC is pleased to share the recent publication in Pennsylvania Patient Safety Advisory, entitled "Exploring Vulnerability to Patient Safety Events along the Age Continuum." This article analyzed 2017 data submitted to the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority to document age-related patterns of patient harm in Pennsylvania hospitals. Of particular note, the highest total event rate per admission was found in the 5- to 14-year cohort (511.12 events per 1,000 admissions) with much lower rates in other cohorts. [...]

Care of Children in General Hospitals - Webinar Recording & Resources

PIPSQC is pleased to announce the webinar recording and resources from the CMS Partnership for Patients (PfP) 06-24-2014 Pacing Event, "Care of Children in General Hospitals", are now available online.

All are welcome to visit the PfP Resource Center at this link to access the webinar materials, including: [...]

Care of Children in General Hospitals (Webinar | 24 June 2014) & New Survey Initiative

PIPSQC is pleased to announce, on behalf of PIPSQC Ambassador Lead, Dale Ann Micalizzi and Dr. Hannah Zhu, a Survey Initiative to Improve Paediatric Patient Safety Internationally.

Creating a safety net for families when a new diagnosis or traumatic event occurs is healing and necessary. Please visit Justin's HOPE Healthcare Blog at this link to complete one of the short surveys and help improve the care delivered to paediatric patients and families around the world.

Dale is also a CMS Partnership for Patients workgroup member, "Care of Children in General Hospitals". [...]

PfP Webinar: "Ensuring Pediatric Safety in General Hospitals"

PIPSQC is pleased to announce, on behalf of Partnership for Patients (PfP), an all-hospital webinar event: "Ensuring Pediatric Safety in General Hospitals." The webinar, scheduled for 3:00 - 4:15 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) on Tuesday, January 7, 2014 will focus on identifying hospital departments where the risk for compromised safety and care is greatest for children, and how to effectively address these areas of vulnerability. [...]