- TPSC Cloud platform
- Ready-made applications
- About us
It would be nice to write an entertaining story about how we can help healthcare organizations eliminate risks within their organization. The truth is that we can’t. There will always be risks, small or big. The main question is: Is the organization aware of the risks? Do you know which risks have priority? And which actions should you take to control these risks and eliminate them as much as possible?
That is exactly what we do. The Patient Safety Company (TPSC) builds on 15 years of experience that contributes to quality and safety. As the name indicates, specialized in healthcare and patient safety. We do so by supplying proven software for quality and risk management.
Per February 14th, 2020 we are part of symplr. With 3,000+ healthcare customers in the United States and 30+ years of industry experience, symplr is committed to improving healthcare operations and providing better outcomes for patients, providers, payers, and staff.
Bringing TPSC’s flexible patient safety platform together with symplr’s provider data management and credentialing software enables us to deliver the leading enterprise solution for healthcare organizations around the world.
Our unique software platform offers custom-made cloud solutions for data collection, workflow management, and process automation. Each solution identifies and analyzes risks, reveals trends, and enables continuous quality improvement. Together, the applications form a complete system for quality and risk management. Tailored to the needs of your organization: secure, user-friendly, modular, and integrated with existing systems.
Worldwide TPSC is assisting over 500 organizations with their quality and risk management. As a result, they have improved their safety and quality, by increased control over incidents and the possibility to analyze and report on them. They initiate and monitor improvement actions. Our customers have automated processes and, as a result, improving the efficiency of their organization. However, we cannot do this alone and therefore work with a worldwide partner network.
Is your organization about to make the transition from a paper-based to a digital workplace? Or does the organization already have a digital quality management system to improve patient safety, but wants to replace it? In both cases it is advisable to develop a business case. Download our eBook and use it as guidance for writing your internal business case.