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DRMC Patient Safety - ANONYMOUS REPORT
Pennsylvania's Patient Safety Authority

The anonymous reporting form is used by healthcare workers to report a serious event to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Patient Safety Authority. A serious event is an event, occurrence, or situation involving the clinical care of a patient in a medical facility that:
EITHER
A. Resulted in the patient's death, or
B. Resulted in an unanticipated injury to the patient that required additional healthcare services AND compromised patient safety.

Before reporting a serious event to the Patient Safety Authority, make sure you or someone else has filed a report according to your facility's Patient Safety Plan.

To file a report, go to: https://www.papsrs.state.pa.us/ and click on "Anonymous Report" and follow the instructions.


DRMC Patient Safety - ANONYMOUS REPORT
JOINT COMMISSION

Healthcare workers now have the option to report any safety or quality of care concerns they have regarding DRMC to the JOINT COMMISSION.

DRMC will take no disciplinary action to anyone making a safety or quality of care report tot he JOINT COMMISSION or PATIENT SAFETY AUTHORITY.

Before reporting a concern, make sure you or someone else has filed an incident report according to our Patient Safety Plan (you may also report anonymously to DRMC's incident reporting system).

To file a report, go to: http://www.jcaho.org/general+public/index.htm and click on "Anonymous Report" and follow the instructions.

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