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The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety (PPAHS) was formed in 2011 to help reduce preventable adverse events and deaths. As the name suggests, PPAHS is a coalition of both physicians and other clinicians, and patients and their families, who have experienced an adverse event or, more likely, a death in their family or with someone they know. PPAHS is committed to helping patients better understand the medications and treatments prescribed by their physicians and to improving physician-patient communications.

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Papers / Articles

 

OB VTE Safety Recommendations
The OB VTE Safety Recommendations were developed with the advice and counsel of a panel of experts brought together by PPAHS.
Two Steps Can Reduce the Incidence of Secondary Stroke
Mark Reiter and Brian Fengler, Two Steps Can Reduce the Incidence of Secondary Stroke, Practical Neurology (April 2015)
Stroke VTE Safety Recommendations
The Stroke VTE Safety Recommendations provide 4 key steps to help prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE) in stroke patients.