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Quantros Patient Safety Center Receives Certification as a Patient Safety Organization (PSO)
Date:12/8/2008

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Quantros, a leading provider of safety, quality, and compliance solutions for the healthcare industry, today announced that the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has granted initial certification to Quantros Patient Safety Center as a Patient Safety Organization (PSO). The listing can be viewed at http://www.pso.ahrq.gov/listing/psolist.htm. The Quantros Patient Safety Center is a new division within Quantros that is specifically focused on review of safety processes, data analytics, and provision of associated knowledge content and complementary services to support healthcare providers using Quantros as a PSO to better address patient safety. Supporting healthcare providers in the improvement of safety and quality initiatives is in complete alignment with the mission and goals of the organization for more than nine years. Today more than 2,000 healthcare providers use one or more Quantros solutions for improving safety and quality within their care environment.

In addition to the Quantros Patient Safety Center, Quantros also supports other entities acting as a PSO with Quantros Patient Safety Organization (PSO) Manager, a streamlined, Web-based application that will enable PSOs to seamlessly aggregate required Common Format (CM) for event data as well as additional safety data for use as a confidential Patient Safety Work Product (PSWP). Just as with The Joint Commission ORYX Core Measures program, Quantros has chosen to act as both a technology provider and a PSO.

Dr. Sanjaya Kumar, Quantros President and CEO commented, "Quantros is in business to assist healthcare providers in advancing safety and quality improvement initiatives. The Quantros Patient Safety Center was created to further that cause for healthcare providers who want to leverage both Quantros and associated partner experti
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