Patient Safety Push Addresses Employers

January 2015
Orange County Business Journal;1/5/2015, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p1
The article reports on the call of Orange County, California- based Patient Safety Movement Foundation for medical technology companies to share data and hospitals to commit to establishing patient safety standards. It mentions the goal of the movement to eliminate all preventable deaths in hospitals and other healthcare settings by 2020. Medical device companies involved in the movement are also cited including GE Healthcare Inc., Philips Medical, and Cerner Corp.


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