Legislation authorizing the Oregon Patient Safety Commission was enacted in 2003. The Oregon Patient Safety Commission is a semi-independent state agency charged by the Oregon Legislature with reducing the risk of serious adverse events occurring in Oregon’s health care system and encouraging a culture of patient safety. The Commission operates a confidential, voluntary, adverse event reporting program in Oregon. The Commission provides an independent voice for patient safety in the state of Oregon through adverse event reporting, evidence-based prevention practices, and quality improvement.
|Alerts and advisories||Action Alerts|
|Authorizing statutes or regulations||Oregon Patient Safety Commission Governance|
|Public reports||Annual Summary of Ambulatory Surgery Center Adverse Event Reports|
|Public reports||Annual Summary of Hospital Adverse Event Reports|
|Public reports||Public Health Officer Certification Report|
|Public reports||Annual Summary of Nursing Home Adverse Event Reports|
|State websites||Oregon Patient Safety Commission|