Hospital board oversight of quality and safety: a stakeholder analysis exploring the role of trust and intelligence.
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This qualitative study examined mechanisms by which hospital boards could provide more effective oversight of quality and safety activities. Trust among organizational leadership and prioritization of data analysis emerged as important methods by which boards could help improve safety.
Restoring trust in VA health care.
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Safer Clinical Systems: Evaluation Findings.
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