At Brigham and Women’s Hospital, we know that success in quality and safety involves more than statistics. It means a genuine commitment to excellence, a pledge to continue to improve the way we deliver care and a promise to always put patients first in all we do.
It also means taking the initiative in developing quality improvement processes, to both support our patients and uphold our leadership role in health care. Some of our recent successful initiatives include:
- Our Safety Matters campaign
- Our efforts to prevent infections cause by central venous catheter use
- Our Rapid Response System
- BSQUARED (Brigham Surgical QUAlity REDesign)
Brigham and Women’s Hospital has also been recognized as a pioneer developer of a computerized physician order entry system to prevent medication errors, now a nationally accepted safety practice. Learn about some of our other milestones in patient safety.
We also invite you to read what our patient say about the care they have received at our hospital.
This page was last modified on 11/17/2015