1 edition of Error reduction in health care found in the catalog.
Error reduction in health care
Patrice L. Spath
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Patrice L. Spath, editor|
|LC Classifications||RA971.38 .E77 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 392 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||392|
|LC Control Number||2010047564|
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This publication examines factors that contribute to errors across the surgical pathology Error reduction in health care book and reviews strategies to reduce their impact on care. Patrice L. Spath, MA, RHIT, is president of Brown-Spath & Associates and assistant professor in the Department of Health Services Administration at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.
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What qualifies as a medical error, and how can you know if you or a loved one has been the victim of one. What Is a “Medical Error”. According to the book Medical Error, it is defined as a “preventable adverse effect of medical care, whether or not it is evident or harmful to the patient.” (Emphasis added.).
levels of health care. Recognizing the paucity of accessible information on primary care, World Health Organization (WHO) set up a Safer Primary Care Expert Working Group. The Working Group reviewed the literature, prioritized areas in need of further research and compiled a set of nine monographs which cover selected priority technical topics.
This book draws on both areas to provide a compendium of human factors and ergonomics issues relevant to health care and patient safety.
The second edition takes a more practical approach with coverage of methods, interventions, and applications and a greater range of domains such as medication safety, surgery, anesthesia, and infection prevention. Boris Johnson health fears as PM issued stark warning over return to Number The cost of those consequences to the individuals involved in medical error, both in the health care providers' concern and the patients' emotional and physical pain, the cost of care to alleviate the consequences of the error, and the cost to society in dollars and in lost personal contributions, mandates consideration of ways to reduce the.
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Suggested Citation: "2 Errors in Health Care: A Leading Cause of Death and Injury." Institute of Medicine. To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Health care is not as safe as it should be. A substantial body of evidence points to medical errors as a leading cause.
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Medication errors are a major cause of harm to patients in health care settings and reducing medication errors is a main concern in today's healthcare setting. Nurses are the main professionals involved in administering medications and administration is the part of the medication process with the least safeguards in : Laly Joseph.
Discuss the framework of the SEIPS tool and how it is used within a health care environment. Compare the SEIPS tool with one other error-reduction strategy presented in the textbook and explain when each tool might be applied.
Explain the positive effect that the SEIPS tool can have on the reduction of errors in high-risk health care settings. Serious and undesirable events in health care organizations should trigger analysis and response to minimize the risk of recurrence. Sentinel Events: Evaluating Cause and Planning Improvement, a new book from the Joint Commission, describes the types of errors and sentinel events that have been reported in health care organizations, how organizations can respond to these events, how sentinel.
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