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armstrong institute for patient safety and quality

Patient safety
Critical history of a failed push for patient safety
Published Dec 3, 2019
In her new book, Kathleen Sutcliffe explores the patient safety movement and why it has failed to deliver the gains promised over two decades of research, funding, and policymaking
Pain management
Reframing the way we think about opioid abuse
Published Sept 25, 2017
Peter Pronovost, Josh Sharfstein among experts to speak at Johns Hopkins symposium on opioid epidemic
Interdisciplinary idea
The business of medicine
Published March 31, 2017
Schools should teach med students business management skills so they can effectively lead complex health care enterprises, Hopkins experts say
Patient safety
Hopkins to share surgical care protocols with 750 hospitals
Published Feb 7, 2017
Armstrong Institute receives multimillion dollar grant aimed at improving patient safety, overall experience / Hopkins Medicine
Patient experience
Physician face time
Published Jan 27, 2017
Arriving early for appointments could lead to more time face-to-face with physician, study finds / Hopkins Medicine
Patient safety
Saving lives through better diagnoses
Published Oct 31, 2016
JHM launches Armstrong Institute Center for Diagnostic Excellence with $5M gift
Patient safety
Superbug solutions
Published Oct 18, 2016
Armstrong Institute awarded $16M government contract to improve use of antibiotics