Pensar fuera del hospital: llamada a la acción para la seguridad ambulatoria – John Hopkins

Thinking Outside the Hospital: A Call to Action for Outpatient Safety

Health care has been thinking about medical errors for nearly 20 years, starting with the Institute of Medicine’s 1999 report “To Err is Human.” This and other work across the country have correctly shed light upon such medical errors as amputation of the wrong limb, inpatient adverse drug events and hospital-acquired infections, and we have made great strides in preventing these errors. However, most patient care occurs outside of the hospital, and little attention has been paid to identifying and addressing patient safety in this setting.

 

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