In 2021, children’s hospitals participating in the Child Health Patient Safety Organization® (PSO) focused on adapting together for safety. Through collaboration, children’s hospitals are achieving better, safer and more reliable patient care. PSO members are highly engaged within the organization which drives progress. There was an 11% improvement in overall case learning which indicates that most participants are submitting two or more cases over the last year. View the full annual report to see other trends and successes from 2021.
Adapting Together for Safety: Child Health PSO 2021 Annual Report
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About the PSO
The Child Health Patient Safety Organization enables children’s hospitals to share safety event information and experiences to accelerate the elimination of preventable harm.
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