Health systems find 10x more preventable patient harm using
Pascal’s revolutionary, evidence-based Virtual Patient Safety (VPS) solution.

We don’t just find more harm, we partner with our clients to help them reduce all-cause and specific harms across the entire enterprise.

Enterprise All-Cause Harm Reduction

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Enterprise Specific Harm Reduction (Oversedation)

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Our Virtual Patient Safety (VPS) Services

EXPERT SERVICES

Our team offers the most experience and expertise in the field for using accurate, timely, and actionable adverse event outcomes data to support intervention and improvement.

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APPLICATION SERVICES

Risk Trigger® Monitor is the flagship Pascal application, enabling clients to monitor, measure, and manage safety vulnerabilities and quality variation.

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PLATFORM SERVICES

Pascal PRIME provides real-time analytics and data infrastructure tailored to support our patient safety and quality offering.

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Some of the Organizations We’re Privileged to Serve

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Pascal Blog Highlights

Dr. Don Berwick Responds to NEJM-published Harvard Trigger Study by Renewing Call for Automated Harm Detection

By |January 12th, 2023|

“They may not welcome the duty to push patient safety back to strategic prominence. Nevertheless, ‘first do no harm’ remains a sacred obligation for all in health care, and success requires ‘constancy of purpose for improvement.’ Without renewed board and executive leadership and accountability for safety and without concerted, persistent investment in and monitoring of change, a summary study 34 years from now may again look all too familiar, with millions upon millions of patients, families, and health care staff paying the price for inaction.”

Trigger-based Patient Safety Method Finds High Rate of Preventable Harm in Hospitals – New Harvard Study Reveals

By |January 12th, 2023|

Dr. David Bates, Dr. Elizabeth Mort, and co-authors from Mass Gen Brigham and affiliates sought to evaluate the current state of patient safety using a trigger-based method across 11 Massachusetts hospitals using 2018 data. To summarize the remarkable findings, the study identified one adverse event in every four admissions, and approximately a quarter of those were preventable.    

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