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THE CLARITY POST


The latest issue of The Clarity Post is out!

Read about Cyber Risk, Safety Culture, and so much more in our quarterly newsletter.


NEWSLETTERSread more >
 

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JOURNEY TO AN EFFECTIVE SAFETY CULTURE
Effective Change for Quality Improvement


In this White Paper, we look at how understanding high reliability organizations, change, and human behavior can help drive effective cultures of safety.

WHITE PAPERSread more >
 

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CLARITY PSO LEARNING SERIES


The latest report explores pressure ulcers, specifically suspected deep tissue injuries, and provides tools for prevention and treatment.

PSO LEARNINGSread more >
 

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ENHANCING PATIENT SAFETY IN AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTERS


What are the key pieces to mitigating surgical malpractice exposures in ASCs? Read Clarity's White Paper to find out!

WHITE PAPERSread more >
 

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IMPROVING CARE IN RADIATION ONCOLOGY


Clarity built the online interface and provides patient safety services for RO-ILS, a new patient safety initiative in radiation oncology care.

PRESS RELEASESread more >
 

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Why Choose Clarity PSO?

Clarity PSO is a division of Clarity Group, Inc., one of the nation's leading healthcare professional liability risk management organizations. As one of the first federally listed Patient Safety Organizations, we offer healthcare providers a full range of solutions for increasing patient safety, including:

  • Federal legal privilege and confidentiality protections for any patient safety data reported to the PSO
  • Reporting tools such as the Healthcare SafetyZone® Portal, with AHRQ Common Format template capabilities
  • Benchmarking via data submission to a national database (Network of Patient Safety Databases)
  • In-person and online training founded on evidenced-based best practices
  • Expertise in proactive risk assessments, root cause analyses, and in-depth investigations
  • Ongoing support to your quality and safety departments that might not otherwise be affordable
  • Access to a national Healthcare Advisory Council that provides evidence-based recommendations on issues that surface via data analysis