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Ever since the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released its landmark 1999 report, “To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System,” there has been a global focus on improving patient safety.
Since 1999, when the Institute of Medicine published its landmark report, “To Err is Human,” healthcare executives have waged an all-out war on reducing preventable patient harm.
There likely isn’t a hospital in the world that hasn’t made patient safety a strategic imperative.
When patient safety problems occur, almost always it is the systems, procedures, conditions, environment and constraints staff face that are the main contributory factors.
In all areas of life, data is a powerful tool that helps us make decisions about choices we make and where changes are needed.
The core purpose of incident reporting is to learn from what happened in order to make improvements to future healthcare processes and systems and protect patients from harm.
There are still many healthcare organisations relying on manual systems and processes to detect and prevent medical errors.
The era of paper incident reporting is coming to an end. While healthcare organisations seem to have an affinity for paper, executives are discovering that paper forms are notoriously ineffective for
In recent years, there has been an increasing recognition that the way in which the NHS investigates and learns from instances of avoidable harm and death is extremely variable and often poor.
Around 50% of all deaths occur in hospital and while many of these are inevitable, it is estimated that between three and five percent of deaths in acute hospitals in England could be avoided
As all of England transitions to an ICS framework, it's important for organisations to adopt systems and tools that allow providers to identify themes and trends and share areas for improvement.
Learn how Arkansas Children's Hospital has implemented the "Communication and Optimal Resolution" (CANDOR) program to improve care for patients and caregivers in all areas of the organisation.
Often in healthcare, writing policies and procedures involves a team of people, including stakeholders. The problem is that with so many people and respective opinions involved, things tend to get tri
What exactly is policy and procedure management you ask? Simply put it’s the process of creating, communicating, and maintaining policies and procedures within an organisation.
As COVID-19 continues, we want to highlight steps that our customers are taking across the globe to support COVID-19 patients and what we are currently doing to support these customers at this time.
This video will demonstrate a high-level overview of how to check responses and close a safety alert within the Safety Alerts module in the DatixCloudIQ system.
This video will demonstrate a high-level overview of how to respond to a safety alert within the Safety Alerts module in the DatixCloudIQ system.
This video will demonstrate a high-level overview of how create and distribute a safety alerts within the Safety Alerts module in the DatixCloudIQ system.