A collaborative approach with external coaching support makes gains and holds potential to be used for other patient safety issues, researchers say.
Delivering bad news in a caring way — and coping with a patient’s reaction — is a key skill for doctors. Intuitive technology is helping medical students learn the best approaches.
Researchers grade one of the longest-running report cards for hospitals — and find it needs a tuneup.
A quiet event — the publication of a scholarly text — sparked a movement of examining and improving health care for generations of Americans.
As hospitals work hard to assess their patient safety culture, a new study suggests this measure may be less associated with improving safety and hospital-acquired infection rates than believed or that the measure itself needs to be improved.
Catheter-associated urinary tract infections drop in general hospital populations after teams get training, checklists and data, a new study finds.