Quality and Patient Safety
Crozer-Keystone Health System is committed to providing exceptional, compassionate care to the patients and communities we serve. Our goal: to keep patients safe and comfortable while encouraging active participation in treatment. Read on for more information about what Crozer-Keystone is doing to provide care that is safe, reliable, and comforting.
Annual Reports on Quality
To view the 2012 Annual Report on Quality, please click on the link below.
15th Annual Report on Quality
You may also view our Annual Reports on Quality from previous years.
Crozer-Keystone: High Reliability Oganization (HRO)
Crozer-Keystone Health System has begun its journey to become a high reliability organization. Learn more about what this means by downloading our flyer and reading our August 2012 Journal article, Becoming a "High Reliability Organization:" The Next Step in Improving Quality, Safety and Efficiency.
Crozer-Keystone Health System Leader in Key Quality Initiatives
Crozer-Keystone Health System’s long-standing focus on quality initiatives for patients has qualified the health system for the following milestones:
- Primary Care Physicians Achieve Patient-Center Medical Home Level III Status
- Among the First in the Nation to Achieve Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records
Patient Centered Medical Home
Crozer-Keystone Health Network primary care physicians have been recognized as Level III Patient-Centered Medical Homes (the highest designation) by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). This certification is an indication of the dedication and quality of care our physician practices provide to patients every day. Physicians who have received this special commendation are represented on the Crozer-Keystone website with the NCQA designation.
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National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records
In July, 2011, Crozer-Keystone was recognized as one of the first and only health care systems in the nation to meet the high-tech goals for quality, safety and efficiency of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Central to achieving this recognition has been the establishment and roll out of the health system’s electronic health record system as well as the system’s achievements in implementing patient quality initiatives and meeting stringent quality goals.
Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009