Patient Safety Adverse Event Reporting
The purpose and authority of the Utah Patient Safety Surveillance and Improvement Program (PSSIP) is depicted in Utah Administrative Code R380-200. Facilities are required to report to the Department all patient safety events within 72 hours of the facility’s determination that a patient safety event has occurred. Patient safety events may be categorized as reportable events with outcome assessed by harm scale, reportable events resulting in permanent patient harm, intervention to sustain life, or patient death; and reportable events referenced by other reporting rules.
Signing up for REDCap is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
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Login to REDCap at https://redcap.health.utah.gov/redcap. You may get a notice saying that your access is denied, this is normal. We recommend that you bookmark the page. See detailed instructions for accessing REDCap.
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Ask your supervisor to send an email to Carl Letamendi, firstname.lastname@example.org and Sri Bose, email@example.com indicating that you are authorized to submit patient safety reports on behalf of your facility.
Reporting an Adverse Event
Once you have signed up for an account. You are ready to submit your event using the REDCap system.
- Go to the REDCap Record Entry page.
- Click "Add New Record"
- Enter the information of the new event.
- Click ”Save and Exit Form” at bottom or top right of the page to report the event.