Improve Reporting for Patient Protection



bulletAdministrators in Medicine (AIM) is the National Organization for State Medical and Osteopathic Board Executives in the United States.
bulletA project in cooperation with the Citizen Advocacy Center (CAC) in Washington, DC which provides training, research, conferences and networking for health care institutions’ public members and consumer representatives of state licensing boards.

AIM is taking the next step in the evolving development of outreach to hospitals and other health care organizations about their responsibilities to comply with mandatory reporting laws.

The purpose of this project is to enlist State Medical and Osteopathic Board Executives in participating in a statewide mandatory reporting educational outreach campaign designed to reach as many hospitals and other health care organizations as possible.   

Click on left side bar items to access:

bullet Introduction = This is the page you are looking at now
bullet State Reporting Statutes = Includes link buttons to Statutes & Reporting Forms
bullet NPDB/HIPDB Reporting = Data Bank Slides
bullet Mandatory Reporting Contacts = Staff Members who answer mandatory reporting questions
bullet Example: Afternoon Agenda = Educational Seminar Agenda
bullet About PreP 4 Patient Safety = The Relationship Between Mandatory Reporting and the PreP 4 Patient Safety Program 
bullet News from the States = Mandatory Reporting News from the States

Click on the bottom bar items to access:

bullet About the Pilot Boards = Overview of the Pilot Boards
bullet Site Map = Navigation Guide for the Site
bullet Online Question Form = Where visitors to this site can send questions or comments

Thank you for accessing this site.

Learn more about mandatory reporting responsibilities.

Last Updated: February  2004  |  About the Pilot Boards  |  Site Map  |  Online Question Form