Patient Safety & PSOs

Improving the quality of care is critical to the mission of improving our health care delivery system. Improving patient safety has also become an important business objective as financial success has become directly linked to quality and patient safety improvement. These efforts require focus on operational elements such as system design, data reporting, event analysis and collaborative learning. To maximize participation and buy-in to patient safety work, these efforts should be designed in a way that maximizes protection in the litigation and regulatory arenas.

Hancock Daniel is a national leader in assisting healthcare clients in the design of confidential patient safety systems.

patient safety services:

  • Patient Safety Organizations
    1. PSO formation strategy
    2. PSO certification
    3. Developing PSO infrastructure
    4. Day-to-day guidance on operational matters
    5. PSO compliance
  • Quality Committee design to meet regulatory and accreditation objectives
  • Peer Review structure development
  • Clinically Integrated Network Patient Safety Support Systems
  • Responding to regulatory requests and investigations related to patient safety incidents
  • Formation of Joint Peer Review Committees
  • Formation of Centralized Credentialing Services


B. Page Gravely
B. Page Gravely