Targeting zero harm: a stretch goal that risks breaking the spring
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Targeting zero harm is an increasingly common stated goal of health care organizations and programs that compare and penalize hospital performance. This article reviews the development and expansion of zero-harm campaigns, limitations in measuring preventable harm, and potential unintended consequences of targeting zero-harm outcomes. Leaders of health care organizations should pursue pragmatic approaches that can be measured and targeted to minimize patient harm.
|Journal||NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Jul 2020|