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Running head: QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT SAFETY RISK1Quality improvement of patient safety riskNameInstitution
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT SAFETY RISK2IntroductionThe need for overall quality and the safety improvement initiatives have spread throughout the health care system. Quality health seeks to improve the quality of life of the patients and the need to embrace these initiatives in something that should be advocated to ensure proper sanitation of the health sectors(Badhwar et al.,2018). Quality health care is described as the standards of the health care services that are offered to a specific individual or the entire population to increase the likelihood of the positive desired outcome along the current professional knowledge-based. The IOM report indicates that numerous medical errors originate from the faulty system and process but not people. Some of this process includes inefficient and variables, health insurance, changing of mix cases of patients as well as the differences in the provision of health education and awareness and other several factors that contribute to complexity in the health care services provisions. The improvement and safety initiative quality seek and aims to comprehensively issue effectiveness and safety targets via process of care measures, monitoring and evaluating if the providers of the health care act within the line of profession by showcasing the desires to attain process health care qualities while also avoiding some of the process that might become predisposed towards harms.The IOM has comprehensively described the patient safety as the prevention of any harm or risk to the patients with much strength placed on the system structure in the delivery of the care. The aim targets at preventing errors, learning from the mistakes that do occur as well as building on a culture of the safety that holistic involve the health care professionals and the patients. The incongruent in the EHRs is a factor that contributes to patient safety risks. When the implementation of the system continues to spread in the health care setting, and caregiver remains to face some challenges in their interoperability (Campione, J., & Famolaro, 2018). The