the importance of using the EHR records well and monitoring the inpatients

The importance of using the ehr records well and

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the importance of using the EHR records well and monitoring the inpatient's movement to reduce chances that might result in injury. Reducing errors through a culture of Safety For healthcare to have reduced the chance of medical error, the hospital should institute a safety culture. Vagues et al. (2016) argued that a safety culture becomes appropriate when it aims at reduction of medical error as it associates the public as well as instills responsibility to consider adequate period in their method. Also the viewpoint, and significances are essential to make sure they succeed to attain a sustainable and collective response that might be impossible at the individual level. The value installation, attitude along with norm of behaviors wherein safety is focused on all care delivered aimed at safety. All the entire team members in the organization must be committed to the reduction of error during the delivery period and responsible for investigating collaboratively on issues that pose a risk and challenges to patient care delivery. However, even if it might be challenging to attain a culture of safety due to difficulties in observing the safest route of action, a well-organized facility can mitigate the threat. The reason is that due to the complexity of healthcare and medicine and human beings, the preventive measure of harm to either the healthcare give or patient is not always easy. Therefore, healthcare practitioners are not always sure about what causes the error or appropriate response to the issue, which might affect the establishment of safety culture (Rodziewicz & Hipskind, 2019). Thus, will a well-organized and structured governance sharing of ideas, making decisions, and establishing an area of threat might help to reduce the medical error, which has diverse effects on the concerned parties. Finally, the nature of healthcare develops an environment for routine
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HEALTHCARE ISSUE 15 failure in operation, such as missing equipment and inadequate supplies. With the close monitored, follow-ups, and regular checklist update along with proper communication channels, can help reduce the threats or risk of harming the patients. Conclusion Eventually, medical error in the US has progressively plagued present healthcare and has emerged as a social issue in public. These errors cause a substantial cost to patients and healthcare systems, insurance companies, physicians, and taxpayers. Also, they have led to malpractice litigation in the disclosure and apologies for most error occurrence results in decreased claim rates. The expected outcomes in the reform of medical care in the reduction of errors are by improving the frequency of medical errors in the health facility. Communication efforts in hand-off and technology through EHR will improve collaboration to help implement patient checklist and appropriate team communication. The stakeholder wills, in turn, be invested in promoting simple safety habits for healthcare to patients. The ethical consideration and key
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