Identify key trends and patterns to help reduce costs and liabilities while improving patient safety.
There's safety in numbers.
Report, monitor, and analyze safety events and near misses to improve clinical processes and curb your organization's risk.
Our event reporting tool – the Quality Assurance Communication (QAC) application – incorporates the common definitions and reporting formats developed by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and authorized by the Patient Safety Act. It not only enhances your ability to track events internally, but delivers the opportunity for rapid process improvement through real-time reporting. With ADN's QAC application, quality, patient safety and risk managers can identify key trends and patterns that will allow them to make expedient improvements to processes to reduce their hospital's costs and liabilities.
Real-time data allows for rapid process improvement. Generate summarized or detailed reports by department, event type and facility and become proactive instead of reactive.
Common Data Formats
Our application incorporates the common definitions and reporting formats developed by AHRQ and authorized by the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act.
Automated Alert System
Stay attuned to the safety of your facility through our automated alert system that instantly notifies designated users of events or near misses.
Task Assignment Function
With just a few clicks, you can assign follow-up tasks or investigation to ensure that a safety issue or near miss is dealt with properly and by the right people.
Anonymous Data Entry
With our QAC app, you not only increase your tracking capabilities – studies show that anonymity increases reporting – but you can simultaneously pursue the goal of a blame-free culture of patient-centered care.
Total User Management
Our password protected applications based on unique user IDs and passwords allow you total control over user access. And with unlimited users per client, you’ll have the ability to easily add users when the need arises.