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Patient Safety Organizations: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Implementing a PSO Program and Managing Confidentiality and Privilege Protections

Presented by Illinois Association Medical Staff Services and Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
Seminar | February 19, 2009

The overall purpose of this webinar will be to review the background, purpose and benefits of Patient Safety Organizations (PSOs) as well as the steps necessary to establish an internal Patient Safety Evaluation System in order to contract and participate in a PSO. In addition, we will describe how the PSO confidentiality and privilege provisions are to be applied, as well as their application to peer review activities, so that hospitals, medical staffs and other providers can make truly informed decisions on whether or not to seek these protections and on how to organize their internal collection and reporting policies in a way which will not interfere with their accreditation and patient care obligations.


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