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Great clinical safety culture achieves clinical high-reliability and excellent outcomes. Join over 1,000 leading hospitals that use Pascal Metrics to measure, understand and improve their safety culture and quality of care. Read More

Adverse events affect over 30% of patients costing over $20M a year in a 250-bed hospital . Much of this is preventable. Join Pascal Metrics’ National Collaborative as we automate adverse event surveillance to measure, monitor and intervene in patient harm. Read More

Employee metrics are a foundational indicator of reliability and performance. Join Pascal’s National Collaborative as we combine the measurement of culture, engagement and other workforce metrics for a broader scientific perspective on the overall health of your organization. Read More

Pascal’s widely published, field-leading patient safety experts are increasingly in demand as conference and seminar speakers, helping define the conversations leaders should be having to advance high-reliability in healthcare through the power of metrics. Read More

Survey: Few healthcare organizations have access to patient harm data

July 2014

A new study suggests that a lack of access to reliable data on patient harm is preventing improvement in lowering risk to patients.

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Pascal Metrics is a pioneer in measuring and using workforce and clinical data to improve patient safety and clinical reliability. The impact of Pascal’s work is reflected by its role as a trusted partner to over 1,000 healthcare organizations, including many of the world’s leading hospitals.

Newer surveillance techniques suggest the number of patients harmed in a hospital may be 10 times the previous estimates, with 1 in 3 patients suffering adverse events in care. Adverse Events are the third leading cause of death only behind cancer and heart disease. While the impact on care is astounding, the financial burden estimated to be in excess of $100 billion per year is crippling healthcare.

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