We’re pleased to announce the 6th Annual World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit will take place from February 23-25, 2018, in London, England, and will be organized with the support of the Secretary of State for Health, the Rt. Hon. Jeremy Hunt, MP.
At the Patient Safety Movement, we believe that ZERO preventable deaths by 2020 is not just a worthy goal. With the right people, ideas, and technology, it’s an attainable goal. Many of the pieces of this puzzle already exist. Solving this problem is a matter of connecting the dots of patient safety.
The Patient Safety Movement is working to connect these dots in a number of ways: by collaborating and breaking down information silos that exist between hospitals, medical technology companies, the government, and other stakeholders; by promoting the sharing of data that can identify at-risk patients before they’re in danger; and by providing specific, actionable solutions that healthcare professionals can implement today so we can reach our goal together.
We are the Patient Safety Movement. Join us today so that patients can live tomorrow.
Our ultimate goal is to get to ZERO preventable deaths by 2020!
By creating a Patient Safety Movement account you will have the opportunity to make a difference by taking action. Create an account to Make a Commitment, Sign the Open Data Pledge, or Share a Patient Story.
You don’t have to be a healthcare professional to make a difference. If preventable death has touched your family or you simply feel passionate about the cause, the Movement wants you!
The Patient Safety Movement has developed specific actionable solutions that your healthcare institution can implement now. To develop additional solutions, we need your frontline perspective.
Right now, your company’s technology is making a difference. By promoting device interoperability and data sharing, your company can play an even greater role in patient safety.
Your tax-deductible donation of any amount will help the Patient Safety Movement achieve our unified goal of
ZERO preventable patient deaths by 2020.