Patient Safety Tool: ACGME Pathways to Excellence

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education has released a free guide for institutions that outlines six focus areas that can help improve patient care quality.

Focusing on and improving these six areas can create an "optimal clinical learning environment," which in turn will translate to better patient care quality, according to the guide.

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The six focus areas are as follows: patient safety, healthcare quality, care transitions, supervision, duty hours/fatigue management and mitigation, and professionalism.

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