Responding to a new Institute of Medicine report highlighting the prevalence of diagnostic error in health care, patient advocacy group PULSE of NY calls for more education to help families and advocates communicate better with clinicians.
Green Earth Natural Food Market hosts informative evening about preventing medical error.
Patient safety group shows trainees how to protect loved ones from medical error.
Outreach Helps Hispanic Workers Participate in their Healthcare
Expert Healthcare Professionals from Professionals for Patient Safety group are now available as speakers for Long Island audiences.
PULSE of NY announces its next Family Centered Patient Safety Advocacy training course for May 19 & 21, 2015.
PULSE of New York held its 2nd annual patient safety symposium in Plainview on April 20 to shine a light on what patient safety expert, David Marx, referred to as "an epidemic."
Long Island stakeholders come together April 20 to talk about patient safety.
Long Island stakeholders come together April 20 to talk about patient safety
President and founder of patient advocacy organization hopes to save patients' access to information about their doctors.
PULSE of NY's second annual symposium, "The Changing Culture of Healthcare: Impacting Patient Safety," will be held on April 20, 2015, featuring speaker David Marx.
The Changing Culture of Healthcare; Impacting Patient Safety — April 20, 2015
PULSE of NY patient safety event will feature David Marx, creator of "Just Culture" concept for improving healthcare workplaces.
Medicare penalties on payments to hospitals with poor patient safety highlight the problem. Family involvement in promoting best practices is part of the solution.
A recent meeting of the Council on Patient Safety in Women's Health Care highlighted healthcare culture change and patient engagement as key to better patient safety.