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Patient Safety Report 2005

May 8, 2005 | Read Time: 1  minute

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Five years ago the Institute of Medicine estimated that 44,000 - 98,000 hospital deaths per year were due to preventable errors. Since then, the focus on patient safety has become all-encompassing and includes government involvement, increased consumer awareness and several initiatives. In fact, JCAHO reports that almost 50 percent of today’s hospital standards are directly related to patient safety.

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In response to the heavy emphasis placed on providers to increase patient safety and reduce medical errors, KLAS has compiled a new Patient Safety Summary Report from three recent KLAS studies:

- CPOE Digest, February 2005
- Pharmacy Information Systems Study, November 2004
- Medication Administration Bedside Study, September 2004

This report combines the salient points from these studies and their patient safety related components into one report.

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