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AHRQ Patient Safety Network: One hospital's initiatives to encourage safe opioid use.

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One hospital's initiatives to encourage safe opioid use.

Surprise JK, Simpson MH. J Infus Nurs. 2015;38:278-283.

This commentary describes how, in response to a sentinel event alert on opioid use, one hospital worked to reduce opioid-related harm. The process included convening a multidisciplinary task force to assess the hospital's existing processes that supported The Joint Commission's nine recommendations and to identifyopportunities for improvement.

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