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Safer Sign Out - Protect Your Patients, Support Your Teams

EMPSF

Emergency Medicine Patient Safety Foundation

 

logo-empsfSafer Sign Out is a Continuous Innovation Project that will be further strengthened through research and best practice application by EMPSF, Emergency Medicine Associates, P.A.,P.C., American College of Emergency Physician’s Section on Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Maryland Patient Safety Center and other partners.

The Emergency Medicine patient Safety Foundation (EMPSF) is a national, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that was formed in 2003 to identify and respond to challenges of providing safe, quality health care in the practice of Emergency Medicine.

www.empsf.org