The Australian Commission for Safety and Quality in Healthcare has released it’s report: THE STATE OF PATIENT SAFETY AND QUALITY IN AUSTRALIAN HOSPITALS 2019. The detailed report addresses a range of important issues, including some specific to medication safety. In particular, the report points out that if all hospitals could reduce the rate of medication complications to the level seen in the best 25% of peer hospitals, this this would result in 3,934 fewer medication complications with a possible value capture of 60,841 bed days, and a massive saving of $121,682,379. The full report can be accessed here