Using Technology to Improve Patient Safety Reporting

An automated patient safety reporting system can do more for healthcare providers than just improve reporting rates. The right system tailored to your organization’s unique culture and processes can make event investigation and management more efficient and effective. It can also help leadership understand safety concerns—and their solutions—more quickly, more completely, and with greater urgency.

And integrating patient safety reporting with all of its related and downstream activities—complaint and grievance management, claims and litigation management, regulatory compliance, provider quality management and more—can help healthcare providers be not just more productive in managing patient safety and related risk, but more proactive.

On Tuesday, September 18 at 1 p.m., learn about the University of Chicago Medical Center’s experience with just such an automated system: How they selected it, how it was implemented and how they are using it today. Sponsored by Riskonnect, the one-hour webinar’s speakers are Phyllistine Turner, RN, MS, CPHRM, director of risk management and patient safety at University of Chicago Medical Center, and Paul Bricker, RPh, MBA, senior solutions architect, healthcare, for Riskonnect.

Register now for the free webinar here.