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Patient Safety clinical trials at UCSF
1 in progress, 1 open to new patients

  • Family Input for Quality and Safety

    open to all eligible people

    This project aims to create and evaluate a tool that gathers patient and family member feedback and makes it rapidly available to providers, enabling nimble and responsive safety and quality improvement efforts. Aim 1. Determine feasibility and acceptability of the patient data collection and provider dashboard tool. The investigators will conduct usability testing prior to study start, measure user (patients and providers) engagement over time, and gather feedback about the tool at study end. This will test the hypothesis that patient and caregiver characteristics will predict tool use. Aim 2. Assess whether reporting patient- and caregiver- observed processes of care to providers leads to changes over time. The investigators hypothesize that performance on structured items of interest will improve over time with rapidly available data presented to providers. Aim 3. Estimate tool implementation effect sizes, using a pre-post design, on medical errors.

    San Francisco, California