Have a process after medical error Create strategies for prevention Response to

Have a process after medical error create strategies

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Have a process after medical error Create strategies for prevention
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Response to Joint Commission Concerns Follow 4 “W” and the Evaluation method Who was responsible What compliant was made Why it was not presented When process or policy was approved at the time of survey Answers questions in detail Response ASAP to the accreditation report
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How to Reduce Medical Errors? Involvement of more users Design a process with accurate details Develop error recovery plan Standardize consistency of the process Team work
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Conclusion HIPAA (1996) Meet criteria for HIPAA privacy, security, and HITECH (2009) Ethical issues related to breach notice What is medical errors and how to reduce liability Concerns of Joint Commission Reduce medical error to improve quality improvement
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References Apollo Group Inc.. (2013). Patton-Fuller Community Hospital. Retrieved from rris, D. M. (2014). Contemporary issues in healthcare law and ethics. (4 th ed). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press. Becher, E.C. (2001). Improving Quality, Minimizing Error: Making It Happen. Retrieved from Fennel, V.M. (2014). Making Your Case to the Joint Commission – Submitting
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