Upcoming events

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Webinar: How to Create an Effective Patient Safety Evaluation System

This webinar is intended to be a step-by-step guide designed to assist healthcare provider entities with the establishment and maintenance of a patient safety evaluation system (PSES). The information provided in this webinar will allow you to bring your quality programs to the next level by fully implementing the three pathways under the Patient Safety Act. Examples of activities or data types to be discussed include:

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Medication Reconciliation – CHPSO Safe Table Forum
Members Only

CHPSO invites member hospitals to attend a Safe Table Forum via teleconference. Click here to see if your hospital is a CHPSO member.

Topic

Medication Reconciliation

Date and Time

Wednesday, November 20 from 10:00 – 11:00am PST

Registration

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Pediatric Behavioral Health – CHPSO Safe Table Forum
Members Only

CHPSO invites member hospitals to attend a Safe Table Forum via teleconference. Click here to see if your hospital is a CHPSO member.

Topic

Pediatric Behavioral Health

Date and Time

Wednesday, December 11 from 10:00am – 11:00am PST

Registration

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Webinar: Patient Safety Act Case Law under the Patient Safety Act

This webinar will introduce the Patient Safety Act protections and the case law under each Patient Safety Act pathway: reporting pathway, analysis pathway, and PSO pathway. We will discuss how to stack the PSO protections with state peer review protections to provide greater defenses. We will discuss how to raise the immunity and privilege protections in discovery documents and in court. Specifically, this webinar will discuss:

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Making an Impact with PACT (Post-Acute Care Transitions) – A Transitions of Care Model for Vulnerable Patients

To improve care for patients with complex needs, such as homelessness, substance use disorder, and mental illness, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center developed the Post-Acute Care Transitions (PACT) initiative, which focuses on patients who are medically stable, but who do not yet have a safe discharge plan after hospitalization.

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