MHA Keystone Center PSO Partners with Indiana Hospital Association

Posted on December 07, 2016

The MHA Keystone Center recently finalized a partnership with the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) to offer Patient Safety Organization (PSO) services to all Indiana hospitals. This partnership with IHA maximizes the ability to engage in shared learning around patient safety and quality, similar to the Great Lakes Partners for Patients Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN) partnership with the Illinois Health & Hospital Association and the Wisconsin Hospital Association.

Indiana hospitals that wish to join the MHA Keystone Center PSO in 2017 will receive all the benefits and services that participating Michigan hospitals do, including access to data analytics services, protected collaboration and shared learning through local Safe Table meetings, a biennial integrated culture and employee engagement survey administration, root cause analysis review and feedback, eligibility for the quarterly MHA Speak Up! Award, and access to patient safety toolkits, education and training. The MHA Keystone Center is thrilled to expand the number of hospitals in the MHA Keystone Center PSO and offer additional resources and learning opportunities to participating hospitals in both states. Enrollment for 2017 is open now for Michigan and Indiana members. Please direct all questions to


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