Safe Table Event Focuses on Concentrated Insulin and Adverse Drug Events

Posted on June 27, 2017

The MHA Keystone Center hosted a safe table June 22 at the Courtyard Grand Rapids Downtown. Safe tables are tailored to MHA Keystone Center Patient Safety Organization (PSO) members and offer a legally protected environment for discussion around sensitive topics.

Two dozen nurses, pharmacists and risk managers attended the event, which focused on concentrated insulin and adverse drug events. The safe table provided participants with an opportunity to engage in dialogue about prevailing barriers and methods to mitigate and eliminate various adverse events, and to share new tools and ideas to standardize communication and automate processes.

The next safe table will be held Sept. 12 in Livonia to discuss prevailing barriers with regard to patient and staff safety and to further explore actions to mitigate and eliminate behavioral health-related harm. For more information, contact Adam Novak at the MHA Keystone Center.

Tags: Patient Safety Organization, PSO, safe table, concentrated insulin, adverse drug events

Posted in: Patient Safety & Quality

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