The American Academy of Pediatrics and its members are committed to improving the health care system to provide the best and safest health care for infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. In response to a 1999 Institute of Medicine report on building a safer health system, a set of principles was established to guide the profession in designing a health care system that maximizes quality of care and minimizes medical errors through identification and resolution. This set of principles provides direction on setting up processes to identify and learn from errors, developing performance standards and expectations for safety, and promoting leadership and knowledge.
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AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS| June 01 2001
Principles of Patient Safety in Pediatrics
National Initiative for Children's Health Care Quality Project Advisory Committee
Pediatrics (2001) 107 (6): 1473–1475.
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National Initiative for Children's Health Care Quality Project Advisory Committee; Principles of Patient Safety in Pediatrics. Pediatrics June 2001; 107 (6): 1473–1475. 10.1542/peds.107.6.1473
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