Development and measurement of perioperative patient safety indicators.
Emond YE, Stienen JJ, Wollersheim HC, et al. Br J Anaesth. 2015 Feb 10; [Epub ahead of print].
In this study, researchers used Delphi consensus methods to gather expert input to develop patient safety indicators (PSIs) for the perioperative setting. They developed 11 PSIs and tested them in 8 hospitals, which revealed wide variation in compliance. They propose a perioperative stops checklist and recommend a mortality and morbidity registry, which should be tested as possible clinical indicators on a larger scale to determine their validity and utility for measuring patient safety in this setting.
Unexpectedly long hospital stays as an indicator of risk of unsafe care: an exploratory study.
Borghans I, Hekkert KD, den Ouden L, et al. BMJ Open. 2014;4:e004773.
Evaluating the Patient Safety Indicators: how well do they perform on Veterans Health Administration data?
Rosen AK, Rivard P, Zhao S, et al. Med Care. 2005;43:873-884.
HealthGrades Quality Study: Fourth Annual Patient Safety in American Hospitals Study.
Golden, CO: HealthGrades, Inc.; April 2007.
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