Adverse event reporting: Lessons learned from 4 years of Florida office data.

  • Coldiron B
  • Fisher A
  • Adelman E
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Abstract

Patient safety regulations and medical error reporting systems have been at the forefront of current health care legislature. In 2000, Florida mandated that all physicians report, to a central collecting agency, all adverse events occurring in an office setting.

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Authors

  • Brett Coldiron

  • Ann Harriott Fisher

  • Eric Adelman

  • Christopher B Yelverton

  • Rajesh Balkrishnan

  • Marc a Feldman

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