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UNIT MQQ 553–QUALITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT LECTURER NAME: Benu Chatterjee TOPIC NAME Risk Management and Quality Improvement in Health Care Submission Date: 20th Nov 2014 Student Name: Bushra Zafar Student ID: 876036 TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 3 Introduction 4 Evaluation 5 Quality Nursing Care 5 Qualitative Measures 6 Risk Management Plan and Quality Improvement Plan 7 Conclusion 9 Bibliography 10 Executive Summary Introduction Quality improvement efforts and risk management are complementary, and together are key modules of clinical governance. Risk management reinforces quality management in healthcare. This leads to: • Improvement in quality and patient safety • Improvement in efficiency through productivity
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Patient safety improvement program is a policy implemented by the Department of Veteran Affairs North Florida/South Georgia. The policy promotes a safety environment for patients and establishes a guideline that would provide a better care for patients ,staff, visitors and family members. Guidelines under this policy are focused on identifying sentinel events or events that could result in patient harm or death, Identify the Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and set Sentinel Event Alerts that would decrease the risk of future events. Sentinel events happen often in institutions such as hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare centers. Joint commission (2013) provides the following examples of sentinel events: patient death, paralysis, coma, associated with a medication error, patient committing suicide within 72 hours of being discharged from a hospital, hospital performing wrong invasive procedure or operating on the wrong patient body site or on the wrong patient, maternal death, perinatal death, infant having a birth weight greater than 2,500 grams, abduction of the
In our interview Sissy explained to me the various ways her providers have excelled in every expectation she could ever have and then a few ways they have disappointed her. There are two voices you can express to a patient about any situation. Voice of Lifeworld and Voice of Medicine; According to the text Communication About Health: Current Issues and Perspectives, Voice of Lifeworld can be defined as “primarily concerned with health and illness as they relate to everyday experiences” (DuPré, 2016, p. 73). Voice of Lifeworld focuses on feelings rather than evidence. Those who use this voice tend to be more concerned with wanting to know how their condition affects them.
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According to Katz-Navon, Naveh, & Stern (2005), the health care industry struggles with minimizing or eliminating errors impacting the patients they serve. My current organization is focusing on ways to enhance patient safety and the safety climate. Problem Statement At my organization 17 departments out of 23 performed
According to an article published by Professional Liability Advocate, “The metadata … compiled into an audit trail … shows the date, time and user who accessed a patient’s chart. It even shows whether the user created or added to an existing record.” If an electronic medical record is altered or amended without indicating that the changes are a late entry, the plaintiff’s attorney will find out. As seen in the example above, this results in negative outcomes for both the case’s defense and the healthcare provider’s