Congratulations to the 2011 E3 Grant Program recipients

Improving Medication Systems: medication reconciliation at transitions across the continuum of care

Pharmacist Discharge Medication Reconciliation in Collaboration with the BOOST® Initiative

Aurora Health Care, Inc. — Milwaukee, WI

Improve Patient's Safety: The Impact of Implementation of Strategies to Reduce Distraction and Interruptions During Medication Administration Process

The Cleveland Clinic — Cleveland, OH

Standard medication reconciliation protocol in the primary care office-based setting

The Cleveland Clinic — Cleveland, OH

Columbus Regional Hospital Medication Reconciliation Project

Columbus Regional Hospital — Columbus, IN

Bridges of Care Partnership – A Community's Commitment to Quality Care by Strengthening the Transition from Hospital to Home

Culpeper Regional Hospital Foundation — Culpeper, VA

Medication Reconciliation Education Project

East Orange General Hospital — East Orange, NJ

Safe Med Plus: Pharmaceutical Best Practices for Patients with Diabeties

Forsyth Medical Center Foundation — Winston-Salem, NC

Anticoagulation Clinic Process Improvements to Achieve Improved Patient Outcomes

Greater Baltimore Medical Center — Baltimore, MD

Improving Transitions of Care through the Use of Pharmacist Discharge Counseling

Hallmark Health System — Melrose, MA

Medication Safety and Fall Prevention Protocol

Hospital Episcopal San Lucas Ponce — Ponce, PR

Pharmacy Intervention to Improve Medication Reconicliation for Pediatric Surgical Inpatients

Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo — Buffalo, NY

A Pharmacist-led intervention to promote medication safety and adherence among the elderly

Riddle Hospital, part of the Main Line Health System — Media, PA

Optimizing Safe Medication and Treatment Administration for Transitions between Acute and Long-Term Care Settings

The MetroHealth System — Cleveland, OH

Missions Medication Assistance Program (MAP)

Mission Healthcare Foundation — Asheville, NC

Reducing Adverse Drug Events via a Critical Care Collaborative

Nationwide Children's Hospital — Columbus, OH

Bridging the gap from Hospital to home for patients with diabetes

Northern Michigan Regional Health System — Petoskey, MI

OhioHealth's Geriatric Medication Safety Program in Partnership with National Church Residences

OhioHealth — Columbus, OH

Medication Safety to Reduce Readmissions and Improve Health

PinnacleHealth System — Harrisburg, PA

Development of a Pharmacy-Directed Anticoagulation Discharge Service

Rush University Medical Center — Chicago, IL

Transitional Care Nurse

Southwest General Health Center — Middleburg Hts., OH

Enhancing medication safety in heart failure management across the continuum of care through an interdisciplinary approach

St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center — Paterson, NJ

Effectiveness of Discharge Planning on Medication Safety in Rural Community Hospitals

Texas Center for Quality and Patient Safety — Austin, TX

Ensuring Medication Safety Across the Continuum of Care: Standardizing Out of Hospital Maintenance Care of Central Venous Catheters

The Nebraska Medical Center — Omaha, NE

Assessing the Impact of Pharmacist Intervention on Heart Failure Readmission Rates

Trinity Medical Center — Rock Island, IL

The BRIDGE Healthcare Clinic EMR Program

USF Health BRIDGE Clinic — Tampa, FL

Operating Room Transition Medication Reconciliation Utilizing Pharmacy Tech Pilot Study

Wellmont Health System — Kingsport, TN


Operating Room Safety: surgical checklist implementation

Using Checklists Embedded in Teamwork Training to Improve Surgical Quality Indicators

Advocate Health Care — Park Ridge, IL,

Never Means Never

Banner Health — Phoenix, AZ

Improved communication skills among OR personnel and reduce adverse patient events

Franklin Square Hospital Center — Baltimore, MD

Standardizing the Surgical Checklist Process

Humility of Mary Health Partners — Youngstown, OH

CoxHealth Show Me Zero: Surgical Safety

CoxHealth — Springfield, MO

Implementation of the World Health Organization (WHO) Surgical Safety Checklist in Labor and Delivery (L&D) Operating Room

Memorial Health University Medical Center — Savannah, GA

OR Checklist Implementation in the Context of an Improved Team Environment

Meridian Health — Neptune, NJ

Patient Safety Initiative in the OR

Montefiore — Bronx, NY

Joint Ventures: Making the Connection Between Your Physician, Your Hospital and You

Otsego Memorial Hospital — Gaylord, MI

STOP, LOOK, LISTEN, and now GO!: An OR Safety Initiative

Saint Barnabas Health Care System Foundation — West Orange, NJ

Swedish Covenant Hospital Safe SCHOR Initiative

Swedish Covenant Hospital — Chicago, IL

Implementing the WHO Surgical Checklist to Improve Communication and Patient Safety

The University of Colorado Hospital — Aurora, CO

TeamSTEPPS Perioperative Safe Surgery – Crew Resource Management

Vassar Brothers Medical Center — Poughkeepsie, NY