Organizations That Work to Advance Patient Safety

Commit to ZERO

Leaders who Commit to ZERO on behalf of their organization can join the Patient Safety Movement Foundation’s collective body of like-minded visionary leaders that enable us to turn words into action. These leaders help to make our goal of reaching ZERO preventable patient harm and death across the globe by 2030 achievable.

Organizations that work to improve patient safety have the opportunity to positively impact patient safety can take two actions:

Step 1: Commit to ZERO
Show your support by making a public commitment to ZERO harm. Your organization is asked to share what you are doing to advance patient safety and eliminate preventable harm across the globe.

Step 2: Become a Strategic Partner
Establish an official relationship with the PSMF, formalized through an agreement

Diverse in type, size and impact, Strategic Partners work alongside the PSMF team to jointly identify patient safety-related projects to help achieve ZERO harm.

The badge which those organizations that “Commit to ZERO” can proudly display.

Step 1: Commit to ZERO

Who can Commit to ZERO?

Leaders who work in the following fields can Commit to ZERO on behalf of their company/organization from the following stakeholder groups:

  • Academia, Associations, Professional Societies, Insurance Companies, Foundations, NGOs, Non-profits, Advocacy Groups, Medical Technology Companies, Laboratory Technology Companies, Data Analytics, EHR Technology, Medical Suppliers, and Legal Community.
  • If you work for a hospital or healthcare organization that provides direct care, please go here.

What are the benefits of committing to ZERO on behalf of my organization?

The PSMF will:

  • List your organization’s name and public commitment to ZERO on the PSMF website with a link to your website 
  • Showcase your organization’s conferences and events to our global network through our partner calendar of events 
  • Invite you to Co-Create our Actionable Patient Safety Solutions™ (APSS™) by sending a representative from your organization to join an APSS workgroup
  • Highlight what you are doing to eliminate preventable harm and death within your organization so we can celebrate your successes with our global network!

As an organization committed to zero, what can your organization do to help spread the PSMF’s vision of zero?

  • Spread awareness through your organization’s website, newsletters, social media platforms, etc.
  • Attend our free educational webinars, for both clinical and general public audiences, and share them with your networks
  • Support our annual #uniteforsafecare event; your organization’s name listed on our website
  • Donate to our PSMF operations and programs 

Commit to ZERO

The organizations listed below are part of the “Commit to ZERO” Program.

Name State/Province/Region Country
Camillus Medhaven Nursing Home National Capital Region 2nd District Philippines
Catamina Clinic and Ambulatory Surgery Center Caraga Philippines
Changhua Christian Hospital Taiwan
CHOC Children’s Hospital California United States
Chung Shan Medical University Hospital Taichung City Taiwan
Clinic Systems Inc Metro Manila Philippines
Clínica Anglo Americana Municipalidad Metropolitana de Lima Peru
Clínica San Martín Barranquilla Ltda. Atlantico Colombia
FV Hospital Thanh pho Ho Chi Minh Vietnam
Hospital CIMA Hermosillo, Sonora, México Sonora Mexico
Hospital de Especialidades Pediatrico Leon Guanajuato Mexico
Hospital de la Comunidad de Naolinco Veracruz Mexico
Hospital Ernesto Dornelles Rio Grande do Sul
Hospital Español Ciudad de Mexico Mexico
Hospital H+ Los Cabos Baja California Sur Mexico
Hospital H+ Querétaro Queretaro
Hospital Materno Celaya Guanajuato Mexico
Hospital Materno Infantil Irapuato Guanajuato Mexico
Hospital Puebla Puebla Mexico
Hospital Universitario de Puebla BUAP Puebla Mexico
Hospitales MAC Jalisco Mexico
Hospitales Star Médica Michoacan Mexico
Imam Abdulrahman Al Faisal Hospital Eastern Province Saudi Arabia
Kaiser Permanente Northern California California United States
Karuna Hospital Maharashtra India
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center مستشفى الملك فيصل التخصصي ومركز الأبحاث بالمدينة المنورة Al Madinah Province Saudi Arabia
Lambayeque Regional Hospital Lambayeque Peru
Medical University of South Carolina South Carolina United States
Medstar Health Maryland United States
Memorial Health Care System California United States
Parrish Medical Center Florida United States
Perinatal Center of Yekaterinburg Sverdlovskaya Russia
Riphah International University Rawalpindi Pakistan
San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital
Springhill Medical Center Louisiana United States
Sree Renga Hospital Tamil Nadu India
St. Bernard Hospital Illinois United States
St. Camillus Medical Center National Capital Region Philippines
UPMC Pennsylvania United States
Name State/Province/Region Country
10th Dot CA US
Airway Safety Movement CO US
American Association for Respiratory Care TX US
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists IL US
American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition MD US
American Society of Anesthesiologists US
American Society of Dentist Anesthesiologists IL
Americas Continental Health Alliance Spain
Anesthesia Safety Network FR
Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition New Jersey US
ANZCA Victoria AU
Applied Medical CA US
Asociación Mexicana de Cirugía General CDMX MX
Asociación Mexicana de Equipos de Respuesta Rápida QUERÉTARO MX
Association of Nurse Executives, India Dehli India
Beach Dental Ny
BETA Healthcare Group CA US
Brain Injury Alliance of Washington WA
Brazilian Institute of Patient Safety (IBSP) Brazil BR
Brazilian Patient Safety Foundation BR
CampaignZERO IL US
Canadian Patient Safety Institute AB CA
Cardinal Health OH US
Carlos Slim Foundation Ciudad de Mexico MX
Chamberlain University IL United States
Chapman University School of Pharmacy CA US
Collaborative for Accountability & Improvement WA US
College of Health Quality Professionals of the West Jalisco MX
Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education PA US
Confirmed Consent Texas US
Connecticut Center for Patient Safety CT
Consumers Advancing Patient Safety IL US
Crimson Medical Solutions WA United States
Cygnia Healthcare India
ECHO NC US
Elijeko Foundation Ghana GH
Eloquest Healthcare MI US
Emily Jerry Foundation Ohio US
Euro-Mediterranean Institute of Quality and Safety in Health Services Attiki GR
European Patient Safety Foundation D-48149 BE
European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care (ESAIC) Belgium BE
Fundacion Para La Seguridad del Paciente Chile chillan Chile
Fundación Para la Seguridad del Paciente Chile Ñuble CL
Future Vision Consultancy AE
Genomi-k Nuevo León MX
Global Advocates for Quality and Safety in Healthcare Nigeria
Global Network for Simulation in Healthcare INT
Greater National Advocates, Inc. IL US
Health Record Banking Alliance OR US
Healthcare Communication Matters UK UK
HealthCore International Metro Manila PH
HealthySimulation.com NV US
HRO Professional Development Ltd. Abu Dhabi AE
Hughes Advocacy, LLC AL US
Humanscape HK
Institute for Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy, Argentina Argentina AR
Instituto Brasileiro para Excelência em Saúde BR BR
International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons IL US
International Pharmaceutical Federation NL
International Society for Quality in Health Care IE
KM Medical Ltd Auckland New Zealand
LeahsLegacy US
Lebanese Society for Quality and Safety in Health Care LB
Louise H. Batz Foundation Texas US
Louisiana Association for Healthcare Quality LA US
Maniapure Foundation and Telesalud Int. Corp VE
Maryland Patient Safety Center MD US
Match Healthcare Design and Innovation LLC WA US
Maternal Safety Foundation AR US
Medline Industries, Inc. IL US
MEDNAX Center for Research, Education, Quality and Safety FL US
Medstar Institute for Quality & Safety Maryland US
Meridian Healthcare Consulting Ky US
Mexican Academy of Surgery MX MX
Mexican Federation of Anesthesiology Colleges MX
MRSA Survivors Network IL US
MSL Healthcare IL US
MyHealth.Us NY US
National Association for Healthcare Quality IL US
National Council For Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP) Arizona US
National Institute of Cardiology Ignacio Chávez - MX
National Recall Alert Center D.C. US
New Indian Education & Research Society Gujarat, India IN
Outreach Patient Advocates Nebraska United States
Oxford Medical Simulation London UK
OZ Systems Texas US
Patient Safety Learning London United Kingdom
Pennsylvania Action Coalition PA US
Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority PA US
People With Empathy CA United States
PROQUALITAS HEALTH GENEVA -SWITZERLAND
Psych Hub TN US
Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy New York United States
PuraCath Medical CA US
Respiratory Therapists Society of the Republic of China Taiwan TW
RxTOOLKIT PA US
SAESP – Sao Paulo State Society of Anesthesiology São Paulo
Safe Surgery Initiative AZ US
SAFETY4ME Rio Grande do Sul Brazil
Saudi Patient Safety Center Saudi Arabia SA
Securisyn Medical CO US
Sepsis Alliance CA US
Sign Up To Safety
SimGHOSTS NV US
SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute for Patient Safety & Quality, Singapore Singapore SG
Smart Management Consultancy Bahrain BH
Sociedad de Anestesiología del Uruguay Montevideo UY
Sociedad Mexicana de Trombosis y Hemostasia MX MX
Sociedad Platense de Anestesiologia Bs As Argentina
Sociedade Brasileira de Anestesiologia Brazil BR
Society for Airway Management IN US
Society for the Advancement of Blood Management NJ US
Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine (SASM) WI US
South Carolina Hospital Association SC US
SwipeSense IL US
Taiwan Healthcare Quality Association Taiwan TW
Taiwan Patient Safety Culture Club Taiwan TW
Taiwan Society of Anesthesiologists TW
The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards Australia AU
The New York State Society of Anesthesiologists New York US
The Quality Coaching Company GA United States
The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America VA US
Thomas Jefferson University Pennsylvania US
Unison Healthcare Group TW
University of São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto College of Nursing São Paulo Brazil
US Anesthesia Partners TX US
Utopian Healthcare Enugu State Nigeria
Whitley Patient Advocates
Whitley Patient Advocates North Carolina US
Women’s Coalition Against Cancer Lilongwe Malawi
World Association of Chinese Doctors CN
World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists United Kingdom UK
Zaggo CA US

These hospitals and healthcare organizations are leaders in data transparency, a critical component to achieving ZERO harm, and have agreed to share their adverse event and near miss data so we can measure the impact of improvements in our network over time. They have shared how they’re becoming safe and reliable healthcare organizations.

Hospital Espanol
Kaiser Permanente Northern California
Parrish Medical Center
Hospital de Especialidades Pediatrico Leon
Hospital Materno Infantil Irapuato

These healthcare technology companies have agreed to share the data their devices are purchased for in order to create a Patient Safety Superhighway.

Accu Healthcare Pte Ltd
Admetsys
AirStrip
Ambient Clinical Analytics
Baxter International Inc.
BD Intelliport
Beterra Health
BIOIN SOLUCIONES SAS
Biovigil
BrainStem Biometrics
caresyntax
Cercacor
Cheetah Medical, Inc.
Clean Hands – Safe Hands
Codonics
CrossChx
DebMed
Decisio Health
Deltex
Doctella
Drager
Dynalabs
EarlySense
eBroselow, LLC
Edwards Lifesciences
Forcare
GE Healthcare
Genomi-k
Hamilton Medical AG
Handtevy- Pediatric Emergency Standards, Inc.
Hiteks
Hyginex
IBM Watson Health
ICUcare LLC
Innara Health
IRadimed
Jvion
KnectIQ Inc.
Kolkin Corp
LiDCO Group Plc
LumiraDx
Magnamed Tecnologia Medica
Masimo Corporation
Mdoloris Medical Systems
Medi+Sign
Medtronic
Mindray
Modulated Imaging
Monarch Medical Technologies
NeurOptics
Oracle
Pegwin
Philips Healthcare
Phoenix Medical Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Pieces Technology
Pooyandegan Rah Saadat
Rapid Healthcare
Redivus Health
RPRD Diagnostics
SafeStart Medical, Inc.
SenTec AG
Smiths Medical
SonoSite Inc.
Sotera Wireless
Stibo Systems
SurgiCount Medical, Inc.
SwipeSense
symplr
Talis Clinical
The SafeCare Group
ThermoMedics, Inc.
Triton Electronic Systems Ltd
True Process
Welch Allyn
West-Com Nurse Call Systems, Inc.
Zoll Medical
T2 Biosystems

The badge which Strategic Partners proudly display.

Step 2: Become a Strategic Partner

After your organization has signed on to Commit to ZERO we welcome you to join as a formal Strategic Partner of the Patient Safety Movement Foundation. Our Strategic Partners work alongside the PSMF team to identify joint patient safety-related projects to help achieve ZERO.

Additional benefits of joining as a Strategic Partner include:

  • Logo placement on the PSMF website with a link to your own site
  • Press release and social media toolkit to announce our partnership
  • Co-Convene with the PSMF to create robust educational events
  • Consideration as a panelist or speaker in an educational activity for clinical or general public audiences

How does our organization become a Strategic Partner?

These opportunities are handled individually through our Partnerships Department. Please reach out to partners@patientsafetymovement.org after you Commit to ZERO to discuss this opportunity.

Strategic Partners

These organizations work with our team directly to identify opportunities to work on specific patient safety priorities, issues and projects that are beneficial to both organizations and most importantly – beneficial for advancing patient safety.

These organizations work with our team directly to identify opportunities to work on specific patient safety priorities, issues and projects that are beneficial to both organizations and most importantly – beneficial for advancing patient safety.

The International Society for Quality in Health Care