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  • By meeting the needs of patients and/or their loved ones after an adverse event, you can maintain a positive reputation and improve public relations of your healthcare organization.
  • CRP Screening provides real-time feedback to a CRP response, allowing the submitting organization to have additional input of how to best handle the CRP response and work through barriers with a neutral panel of experts.
  • Receiving CRP Certification means that an organization carried out all essential steps of a safe and fair reconciliation after a patient was harmed during care.
  • The CRP process provides staff with valuable feedback from a panel of experts and evidence-based tools to manage and prevent the recurrence of unanticipated errors.


  • CRP Screening can support providers navigating the adverse event in real-time through feedback from the CRP Review Panel.
  • CRP Certification is a way for physicians to demonstrate to regulators that their team took the right steps in resolving an adverse event and is preventing recurrences.
  • If an event is certified, it reduces the chances of disciplinary action by regulatory bodies. Read Statement of Understanding.

Healthcare Community:

  • The CRP Review Panel looks specifically for evidence that healthcare institutions are taking authentic steps to address system and communication breakdowns before certification is given.
  • CRP Screening and Certification will produce robust learning across healthcare organizations. Certification applications will provide anonymized data on common errors and effective prevention strategies that will be collected and disseminated statewide.