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Helping implement a system to identify and track errors in our hospitals.

Patient experience indicators progress update: July 2014

NEWS: 22 Jul 2014, Health Quality Intelligence

The patient experience indicators programme is on schedule and progressing well towards having a national approach to collection, measurement and use of patient experience information implemented by mid-August for the first quarterly patient experience su

Atlas of Healthcare Variation steering group

NEWS: 9 Dec 2013, Health Quality Intelligence

The Health Quality & Safety Commission produces the Atlas of Healthcare Variation to help public and private providers of health and disability services improve the safety and quality of their services.

The Global Trigger Tool: A review of the evidence

PUBLICATION: 1 Feb 2016, Adverse Events

This report reviews the literature associated with the development and use of trigger tools to determine rates of harm in health care settings, with particular attention on the Institute of Healthcare Improvement's Global Trigger Tool.

Gillian Robb talks about the IHI Global Trigger Tool

PUBLICATION: 31 May 2013, Adverse Events

Gillian Robb talks about the IHI Global Trigger Tool, a methodology developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement to identify patient harm that occurs in health care organisations.

New Zealand Tall Man lettering list

NEWS: 13 May 2013, Medication Safety

Work on the Tall Man lettering list has started. Over 280 pairs of confusable medicines names have been submitted by health professionals and organisations in New Zealand for review.

Revised Global Trigger Tool Implementation Guide 2014

PUBLICATION: 12 Nov 2014, Adverse Events

The Global Trigger Tool Guide and appendices provide useful information about using the GTT, including managing data, standard operating procedures, reporting, triggers, performance indicators, and identifying opportunities for improvement.