RLDatix’s Applied Safety Intelligence™ combines RLDatix’s suite of solutions with proven methodologies and best practices to drive key insights that help organizations intervene earlier and prevent harm. Check out the video above featuring Sachin Agrawal, President, RLDatix and Dr. Tim McDonald, Chief Patient Safety & Risk Officer, RLDatix, to discover more about Applied Safety Intelligence and how it can help shift your patient safety initiatives to from reactive to proactive. To learn more about Applied Safety Intelligence, click here.
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