The Patient Safety Organization Privacy Protection Center (PSOPPC) provides reporting solutions at the organizational level as well as at the data management level. These solutions create opportunities to develop and validate data submissions to the PSOPPC and to validate the PSO Profile information.
The PSOPPC report functionality can only be accessed with an approved PSOPPC user account. Please see the PSOPPC Account Setup page to learn about obtaining an account.
Disclaimer: The reports contained on this page are mock-ups using fictitious data and are only intended to provide an example of information on patient safety data.
The clinical dashboards offer a user-friendly and interactive method for PSOs to review their data. They allow PSOs to see their data in graphs and manipulate their data using filters. Similar to the Aggregate Report, clinical dashboards allow PSOs to see only the data they have submitted to the PSOPPC.
Common Formats for Event Reporting - Hospital Clinical Dashboards
The clinical dashboards for the Common Formats for Event Reporting - Hospital Version 1.2 (CFER-H V1.2) and the Common Formats for Event Reporting - Hospital Version 2.0 (CFER-H V2.0) include dashboards across the Generic and Event-specific modules. Each dashboard presents data reported by a PSO on one or more data elements. The dashboards include a figure, data table, filters for manipulating the data, and hover-over icons with contextual information. The PSOPPC has developed two dashboard types for CFER-H V1.2 and CFER-H V2.0: trend and relational dashboards.
This report displays summary file information, including processing status for submitted patient safety data files (i.e., Accepted: Full Data Set, Accepted: Partial Data Set, Accepted: Minimum Data Set, or Rejected). This report specifically shows how many files were accepted or rejected within a batch submission to the PSOPPC.
This report is an essential tool for the validation process and provides information on the messages received by patient safety data files submitted to the PSOPPC. The report details each error by file submitted. For files that received a message, the report displays the message descriptions, message code, and message type.