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Patient Safety Reporting Program

Oregon’s confidential and voluntary Patient Safety Reporting Program (PSRP) gathers information on adverse events that occur in Oregon healthcare facilities. The goal of the reporting program is to understand why and how adverse events occur and share aggregate information statewide to improve healthcare in Oregon. PSRP offers organizations a way to share lessons learned, correct underlying system problems, and contribute to a statewide pool of information that can be used to identify themes and facilitate shared learning.

About PSRP (pdf) »


Help us build a strong database for statewide learning!
Note: only ambulatory surgery centers, hospitals, nursing homes, and pharmacies with a signed participation agreement can submit reports. Not a participant? Complete a participation agreement »

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Learn how to submit a report or improve your reporting efforts (select your facility type):

See Who is Participating
Ambulatory Surgery Centers  |  Hospitals  |  Nursing Homes  |  Pharmacies



By submitting reports that are of high quality, healthcare organizations help us understand why and how adverse events occur and enable us to share aggregate information and best-practices that can prevent harm and improve healthcare in Oregon.

Annual Summaries »
Statewide, aggregate information reported to the Patient Safety Reporting Program.

Recognition Targets »
How the Commission recognizes healthcare facilities for their dedication to transparency and patient safety through reporting.

Monthly Newsletter »
Essential patient safety information for professionals across the healthcare continuum, including action alerts and PSRP updates.


We assist organizations with setting patient safety priorities and provide evidence-based tools and resources.

Provider Resources »
Resources to help healthcare professionals improve the safety and quality of services to patients.

Improvement Initiatives »
Tools, resources, and collaborative opportunities funded by grants received by the Commission.


Contact your patient safety consultant at the Commission.
(What is a consultant?)

For ambulatory surgery centers and nursing homes
Lynn Guiducci
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
(503) 477-8280
For hospitals and pharmacies
Jessica Lenar
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
(503) 224-9227

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Report. Learn. Improve Patient Safety.