Maximizing Use of State Adverse Event Data

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<p>The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) will host a live, interactive Web conference on Tuesday, January 17, from 2:00-3:30 p.m. EST on successful state efforts to use adverse medical event data to improve patient safety.<bR><br>Participants will learn about promising state models for ensuring data integrity and quality analysis and providing meaningful feedback to providers, legislatures, and the public. It will also review how three states--New York, Maryland, and Minnesota--have made strides in improving their adverse event reporting systems. The panel will be moderated by Fund grantee Jill Rosenthal of NASHP.<Br><br>The Commonwealth Fund-supported webcast complements a new Fund-supported NASHP report, <a href="/cnlib/pub/enews_clickthrough.htm?enews_item_id=20023&return_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Ecmwf%2Eorg%2Ftopics%2Ftopics%5Fshow%2Ehtm%3Fdoc%5Fid%3D311268%26%23doc311268">Maximizing the Use of State Adverse Event Data to Improve Patient Safety.</a><br><br>To register, visit the <a href="… Web site.</a> Registration is free for state officials.</p>