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Medical Errors and Patient Safety

Provider-Identified Information – Transparency

As part of the ‘reportable incident’ program, only individual healthcare providers are identified and reported. Furthermore, unless a ruling of the licensing board creates a sanction against the individual practitioner, no information is released to the Public.

Kansas has no process for identification of facilities involved in adverse events, and all existing protections within the ‘reportable incident’ program prohibit public disclosure of any facility and individual providers.

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