A Review of Current State-Level Adverse Medical Event Reporting Practices
Summarizes the results of a survey of a 50-state survey of systems for reporting adverse medical events that took place in 2004. The report documents the consistency of information that states collect, identifies issues relating to establishing a national patient safety repository, and presents a plan for implementing a standardized national system.
Subjects: Health Sciences, Political Science
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