ECRI Patient Safety
Our patient safety team drives improvements in safety working with healthcare delivery organizations and stakeholders across all settings of care. Named a Patient Safety Organization (PSO) by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, ECRI has collected more than 3 million serious patient safety events and near-miss reports from over 1,800 healthcare providers around the country.
We study the events, determine causes, and research best practices. This information provides a rich evidence base that generates real-world solutions to complex safety problems. We disseminate lessons, guidance, and recommendations through alerts, in-person meetings, webinars, and newsletters.
Patient Safety Guidance
Quickly identify what can go wrong at your organization and take action to prevent harm. Turn data into real-world clinical, quality, and safety improvement measures with our guidance, assessments, and educational programs.
ECRI and the Institute for Safe Medication Practices PSO
Report and learn from adverse events in a legally protected environment with the nation’s leading federally certified Patient Safety Organization (PSO)
Partnership for Health IT Patient Safety
Advance the safety of health information technology through collaboration and dissemination of best practices
Save time and reduce risk to patients and staff across all care settings with our practical tools and trusted guidance.
Aging Services Risk Management
Protect residents with practical guidance, action-oriented resources
Ambulatory Care Risk Management
Reduce risk and improve patient safety with practical guidance and action-oriented resources
Patient Safety Consulting
When facing regulatory compliance issues or an adverse event, you want to get back to safely treating patients quickly. Bring systems thinking, proven resources, and extensive clinical and technical expertise to your toughest challenges.
Accident and Forensic Investigation Services
Rely on our highly-qualified team of expert investigators to determine the cause of healthcare-related incidents, deliver remedies, and provide legal support
Address the increasingly complex aging services care delivery and regulatory environment with expert guidance, proven approaches for quality and safety
Care Delivery Technologies
Implement a broad range of technology-centric programs including clinical alarm management, surgical robotics planning, and telehealth
Comply with requirements in a Systems Improvement Agreement (SIA) and prevent termination of Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) funding with onsite support