Maryland Patient Safety Center

Keeping Maryland healthcare safe.

The Maryland Patient Safety Center is recognized as a national leader in patient safety.  As a model of patient safety innovation and implementation, we convene providers, patients and families across the healthcare continuum to prevent avoidable harm and provide safe and equitable healthcare for all.

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NOVEMBER 28, 2023

As a part of our ongoing efforts to improve maternal and child health outcomes in our state, the Maryland Patient Safety Center has partnered with Count the Kicks, a simple, but highly effective way to help decrease preventable stillbirths and improve the lives of birthing people and their families in Maryland.

This Giving Tuesday season, your donation will go directly to our Count the Kicks program expansion, ensuring that complimentary education and materials remain available to all expecting families and their care teams across Maryland.

Donate today to help us prevent stillbirth.

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The Maryland Patient Safety Center and the Mid-Atlantic Patient Safety Organization Announce Annual Call for Solutions!

The Minogue Award for Patent Safety Innovation was created by the Center’s Board of Directors to recognize and honor the enduring contributions made by the Center’s first President and Executive Director, William Minogue, MD, FACP.  The solution selected to receive the Minogue Award for Patient Safety Innovation will demonstrate measurable change, exhibit strong collaboration, and be innovative. 

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MAPSO will offer a new award to recognize an individual from any organization that is a member of an AHRQ federally listed Patient Safety Organization.  This includes patient safety organizations outside of Maryland. Nominees should be individuals that exemplify the attitudes and values that advance a patient safety culture. Nominees may come from any job role or discipline and are not required to be clinical or in leadership positions. 

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