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Patient Safety Book Hits Shelves

April 6, 2007
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Oak Brook, Ill-based Joint Commission Resources (JCR) — a not-for-profit affiliate of The Joint Commission — has released a book for those interested in improving the level of quality and patient safety at their hospitals.

"Getting the Board on Board: What Your Board Needs to Know about Quality and Patient Safety," explains how board members can play a leading role in improving the quality and safety of the care, treatment and services provided at their organizations, according to JCR. The book also addresses growing demands for the boards to take responsibility not just for the organization's financial integrity but for quality and patient safety.

The book is available for $50 using order code EBQS-061, or five copies for $199 using order code EBQS-06. To order, call JCR customer service at 877.223.6866 or visit www.jcrinc.com.

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