I-PASS In The News
June 11, 2019: What’s the Anatomy of a Good Doctor? And what you can do to be a better one yourself MedPage Today
Discusses the importance of effective communication between providers.
June 6, 2019: 20 years of patient safety Association of American Medical Colleges
Highlights I-PASS as a milestone in the patient safety movement.
Aug. 2017: Read more about how the I-PASS Patient Safety Institute is helping the academic hospital achieve safer shift changes with game-based training, EHR mnemonics and benchmarking tools in the cloud. The full article can [...]
Hear Dr. Landrigan discuss the core concepts of the I-PASS handoff mnemonic, as interviewed by Dr. Chuck Murphy at the NPSM Mid-year Meeting. Watch the video here!
Integrating Research, Quality Improvement, and Medical Education for Better Handoffs and Safer Care: Disseminating, Adapting, and Implementing the I-PASS Program
July 2017: To further disseminate I-PASS, Study Group members delivered hundreds of academic presentations, including plenaries at scientific meetings, workshops, and institutional Grand Rounds. Some 3,563 individuals, representing more than 500 institutions in the 50 states [...]
June 2017: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital uses AHRQ's Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture to obtain employee feedback on ways to improve medical care and safety for the approximately 8,000 patients who receive care each year. [...]
March 2017: Large-scale implementation of the I-PASS handover at an academic medical centre. Read more about the implementation successes with I-PASS at a Boston hospital. http://qualitysafety.bmj.com/content/early/2017/03/17/bmjqs-2016-006195
Apr 24, 2017: "An article in today’s New York Time’s suggests that malpractice reform may be best served by an investment in patient safety. At CRICO, we have been following just this model for decades [...]
Dec 05, 2016: I-PASS™ Patient Safety Institute, Inc. Announces Preferred Share Offering BusinessWire
May 26, 2016: Who Believes That Medical Error Is the Third Leading Cause of Hospital Deaths? British Medical Journal
May 19, 2016: How to Make Hospitals Less Deadly The Wall Street Journal
February 1, 2016: Communication failures linked to 1,744 deaths in five years, US Malpractice study finds The Boston Globe