2014 National Patient Safety Week is March 2-8, 2014
||This Year's Patient Safety Week Theme is,
"Patients & Families: Delivering Patient-Centered
The winner of this year's logo contest was
Kimberly Scott, with WellStar Health System
The Partnership for Health & Accountability
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Georgia's Partnership for Health and Accountability (PHA) recognizes patient safety as its top priority and describes the elements that support a culture of safety in health care organizations. Among these are a pervasive commitment to patient safety, open communication, a blame-free environment, and the importance of safety design in preventing future errors. Acknowledging that success in creating a culture of safety requires the commitment of both organizational leadership and frontline health care workers, PHA stresses the critical role of physicians and employees in the process.
The Partnership for Health and Accountability (PHA) brings together the health care field with agencies and individuals to ensure quality and safety in healthy communities. PHA assists in strengthening collaboration between providers, community members, and other stakeholders by providing education and data-driven tools to facilitate improvement.
Quality & Patient Safety, and Community represent the two sides of the health community "fence."