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Patient Safety Evaluation System (PSES) Policy Templates

Participation in a Patient Safety Organization (PSO), such as CHPSO, requires that organizations develop and maintain a Patient Safety Evaluation System (PSES). The organization’s PSES provides the structure and the processes which allow the organization to conduct patient safety and quality improvement activities without fear of litigation, professional sanctions, or injury to professional reputation. However, these privileges and protections rely on the proper design and implementation of the PSES.

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Patient Safety Work Product in a Non-Event Domain

A primary benefit of belonging to a patient safety organization (PSO) is the protection afforded to the member organization regarding patient safety work product (PSWP). CHPSO is a federally listed PSO under the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005 (PSQIA) and therefore:

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Increasing Awareness and Screening in the Hospital Setting: A Comprehensive Program for Maternal Mental Health

BACKGROUND

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) – including postpartum depression – are the most common complications associated with pregnancy and childbirth, affecting, at minimum, one in five pregnant and postpartum women, as documented in the 2017 Report of the California Task Force on the Status of Maternal Mental Health.

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HQI Conference to Feature Expert Speakers, Share Strategies to Improve Patient Outcomes
Register today – early bird discount ends Sept. 13

The 2019 Hospital Quality Institute Conference — themed Respect, Reliability, Resilience — features sessions on the most critical issues facing quality and patient safety leaders and professionals. The premiere event for advancing patient safety and quality initiatives will be held Oct. 14-15 in Sacramento.

Event

Webinar: Three Stepps to Enhance Teamwork and Prevent Adverse Events

This webinar will feature 3 simple strategies to prevent medical errors and strengthen mutual support on your healthcare team.

Objectives

At the conclusion of this webinar, attendees will be able to: