A Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services proposal to pause public reporting on the inpatient patient safety indicator measure for one year due to the pandemic “is not only consistent with a commitment to transparency, but important for maintaining the credibility of the information shared with the public,” writes Akin Demehin, AHA’s senior director of quality and patient safety policy. READ MORE.
 

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