Aviation tools to improve patient safety.
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The aviation industry offers insights and tools applicable to error reduction efforts in health care. This commentary presents how three aviation-based strategies—crew resource management, simulation training, and black boxes—have been utilized to improve patient safety.
Does training with human patient simulation translate to improved patient safety and outcome?
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Creating a fellowship curriculum in patient safety and quality.
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Challenges and remediation for Patient Safety Indicators in the transition to ICD-10-CM.
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