Keeping Patients Safe Across All Areas of Hospital Care
Minnesota hospitals have
committed significant resources to keep patients safe across all areas of
hospital care. However, MHA recognizes it can be a challenge to implement all
of the SAFE campaigns, particularly for small hospitals with limited resources.
In working with an advisory group of rural hospitals and topic experts, MHA has
developed the SAFER Care road map to make it more feasible for hospitals to make
progress in multiple areas of harm prevention simultaneously.
The SAFER Care road map combines the key foundational interventions from eight
of MHA’s Call to Action road maps. It builds on the SAFE component that is
consistent across all road maps to develop an infrastructure supportive of harm
prevention and includes safety culture components such as teamwork and Just
The goal is for hospitals to implement the full road map of best practices. If a hospital is already making good progress in topic-specific road maps, it should
continue with that work. The SAFER Care road map is designed to help hospitals get
started in areas where they have been unable to focus resources.
Download the SAFER Care Road Map: Keeping patients safe across all areas of hospital care
Safer Care Education
MHA and Stratis Health SAFER Care webinar
Aug. 20, 2015