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Tcopypastekey300he Partnership for Health IT Patient Safety recently released a free resource designed to improve health IT safety. The Health IT Safe Practices: Toolkit for the Safe Use of Copy and Paste presents four Safe Practice Recommendations for copy and paste along with practical assessment tools, training materials, and sample policies and procedures that you can use in implementing the Partnership's suggested practices.

National Patient Safety Foundation President and CEO Tejal Gandhi, MD, MPH, CPPS, chaired the 40-member work group that developed the copy and paste guidelines, and more than 25 organizations have formally supported the group's recommendations.

To download the Health IT Safe Practices: Toolkit for the Safe Use of Copy and Paste, click here.

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