Friday, February 11, 2005

Patient Safety Fund in Washington State

An interesting approach to improve patient safety that is suprisingly supported by both health care providers, and malpractice lawyers.

"The plan would create a patient safety account for grants and loans to support efforts to reduce errors in medical treatment, emphasizing evidence-based practices recommended by a variety of government and private medical groups... [The account] would be funded by a $2-per-bed annual fee paid by hospitals, a $2-per-license fee charged to health care professionals and a fee of 1 percent of any attorney contingency fee for malpractice lawsuits. "

Link...

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