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 Quality and Patient Safety

Imp​roving Care for All Hoosiers: Making Indiana the Safest State

Hospitals are busy, complex environments and, too often, we become unwitting accomplices to infection and injury.

IHA works to engage and inspire health care professionals to create new safe cultures and reliable systems of care to prevent harm to patients. We are working with regional and national leaders in patient safety to develop strategies and tools to reduce health care-related harm.

Broad-scale improvement depends on the steady spread of good ideas, consistent and widespread communication and reliable application of evidence-based practices. Participate in your local patient safety coalition and join the IHA Quality & Patient Safety Council to become part of this important conversation.


Indiana Patient Satey Center: Collaborating to Improve Patient Care and Reduce Costs

 Hospital Engagement Network Update: HEN 2.0


Register Today for the 2015 Indiana Patient Safety Summit

In reponse to member needs and recommendations, the 2015 Patient Safety Summit, United in Safety, will highlight priority topics of cultural transformation and improving care transistions and reducing readmissions.

Patient safety and clinical leaders from across the state will gather to hear from Lori Paine RN, MS, director of The John Hopkins Medicine Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality and Steven Tremain MD FACPE, physician improvement advisor for Cynosure Health. Nursing and Quality continuing education credits are available.

​The agenda​ is now available with registration​ open through May 26. Using Internet Explorer may cause barriers to completing registration. Please be advised that using another internet browser will enable you to access the registration link. In the event that you are unable to access the link, please contact a member of our team who will be happy to assist you in completing the registration.​

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The mission of the Indiana Patient Safety Center is to engage and inspire health care providers to create new safe cultures and reliable systems of care to prevent harm to patients.


 Leadership for Safety: Achieving Indiana's Bold Aim

Leadership for Patient Safety

Indiana hospital leaders emphasize changes in culture and staff engagement to enhance patient safety and reduce harm.

Chief executive officers from hospitals across the state talk about strategies they use to improve patient safety and quality outcomes.  View this and other videos on IHA’s Coalition for Care YouTube channel.