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Zero Harm: Charting a New Course for Patient Safety in the Commonwealth
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In 2014 the Betsy Lehman Center commissioned several major pieces of research aimed at understanding the current patient safety landscape in Massachusetts. Our researchers will share their findings about what has changed over the past two decades since Betsy’s death, key challenges and opportunities for reducing medical harm today, public awareness and attitudes about patient safety, and how Massachusetts compares nationally on policies and initiatives to measure and reduce medical harm.

12/2/2014
When: 12/2/2014
9:30 AM
Where: John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Columbia Point
Boston, Massachusetts  02125
United States

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Sponsored by the Betsy Lehman Center for Patient Safety and Medical Error Reduction

The event will feature two panels:

Patient Safety in MA Today – Taking Stock: In 2014 the Betsy Lehman Center commissioned several major pieces of research aimed at understanding the current patient safety landscape in Massachusetts. Our researchers will share their findings about what has changed over the past two decades since Betsy’s death, key challenges and opportunities for reducing medical harm today, public awareness and attitudes about patient safety, and how Massachusetts compares nationally on policies and initiatives to measure and reduce medical harm.

Leadership Panel – Advancing the Patient Safety Agenda: Leaders representing a broad range of stakeholders will react to the findings from the Betsy Lehman Center’s sponsored research and consider next steps toward meaningful progress on eliminating medical harm across all care settings in Massachusetts.

 

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