section3 - Clinical Risk Clinical Clinical Risk Refers to...

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Clinical Risk Clinical Risk
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Clinical Risk Refers to People Clinical Risk Refers to People Who Provide Patient Care Who Provide Patient Care Nursing services Physicians Support Staff Social Workers Dietary Pharmacy Lab Services Licensed and/or certified people
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Liability Suit Liability Suit Insurance company will cover unless it is criminal activity Insurance cannot cover license status
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Major Issues in Clinical Risk Major Issues in Clinical Risk Management Management Must have qualified staff Check licenses and certifications routinely Non-proficient staff must work in tandem with qualified person Universal precautions i.e. gloves
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Major Issues in Clinical Risk Major Issues in Clinical Risk Management Management Have policies & procedures that are attainable Have attainable standards of care
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Negligence Negligence Elements necessary for liability Duty to perform Breach of duty Personal injury or monetary damage Proximate cause Causal relationship breach of duty & damage
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Incident Reporting Process Incident Reporting Process Peer reviewed Report within 72 hours to Risk Manager Process for review Aggregate data to Risk Management Committee Data to Governing Board
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How to Gain Physician Support How to Gain Physician Support Demonstrate benefits Personalize the benefits Decreases insurance costs Develop personal relationships with leading physicians who have power in the organization Stress educational benefits Develop training around topics of interest to physicians
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How to Gain Physician Support How to Gain Physician Support Develop physician handbook System for identifying & reporting potential losses or injuries What physicians should do with summons or complaints Informed consent What to do if called by a lawyer Legal requirements for reporting certain types of incidents
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What Physicians Dislike Most What Physicians Dislike Most Completing an incident report Involve physicians in developing policy for handling complaints
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Types of Exposure When an Types of Exposure When an Incident Occurs Incident Occurs Property Income Personnel Liability
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Standard of Care Standard of Care Prescribed mode of treatment according to an expectation
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Tort Tort An injury Intentional Tort Touching a person without consent Unintentional Tort Negligence created without intent, duty of care, breach, foreseeability, proximate cause, damage
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Golden Rule Golden Rule How do you feel about what you have done
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Battery vs. Assault Battery vs. Assault Battery Injuring person Assault Put someone in fear of injury
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Reasonably Prudent Person Reasonably Prudent Person What one would expect from a competent person
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Res Ipsa Loquitur Res Ipsa Loquitur Defendant’s burden to prove he/she is not negligent
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Defendants can be sued together They sort out who was responsible between them
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course HSA 6126 taught by Professor Liberman during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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