References & Acronyms
AHRQ's Patient Safety Initiative: Building Foundations, Reducing Risk
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18. The Quality Interagency Coordination Task Force (QuIC). Doing what counts for patient safety: Federal actions to reduce medical errors and their impact. 2000 Feb.
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24. Safe Practices for Better Health Care. Washington, DC; National Quality Forum: 2003.
|AHRQ||Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality|
|CBER||Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, FDA|
|CDRH||Center for Devices and Radiological Health, FDA|
|CDC||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|CERTs||Centers for Education and Research on Therapeutics|
|CMS||Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services|
|CQuIPS||Center for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety|
|DCERPS||Developing Centers of Excellence in Patient Safety Research|
|DHHS||Department of Health and Human Services|
|DoD||Department of Defense|
|FDA||Food and Drug Administration|
|HIV||Human Immunodeficiency Virus|
|HMO||Health Maintenance Organization|
|IDSRN||Integrated Delivery System Research Network|
|IOM||Institute of Medicine|
|JAMA||Journal of the American Medical Association|
|JCAHO||Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations|
|M&M||Morbidity and Mortality|
|NASHP||National Academy for State Health Policy|
|NQF||National Quality Forum|
|PSIC||Patient Safety Improvement Corps|
|PSRCC||Patient Safety Research Coordinating Center|
|PSTF||Patient Safety Task Force|
|QuIC||Quality Interagency Coordination Task Force|
|RFA||Request for Applications|
|ULP||User Liaison Program|
|VA||Department of Veterans Affairs|