Since 1999, when the Institute of Medicine published its landmark report, “To Err is Human,” healthcare exe...
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Why is it so important to have the right systems in place to help you meet and excel in the six commitments to patient safety in Ireland?
The Communication and Optimal Resolution (CANDOR) toolkit has the potential to change a hospital's culture. Learn how it can help you improve patient safety, provide support to caregivers and more.
When you can visualise data in an easy to digest form, you’re better prepared to understand themes, trends and identify key areas for improvement within your healthcare organisation.
A typical healthcare organisation has numerous policies on a variety of topics related to patient care, so having an effective policy and procedure management system in place is critical.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, it is increasingly important for healthcare organisations to adopt tools and programs to promote infection control.
From patient discharge procedures to staff hygiene requirements, policies and procedures are comprehensive guidelines that communicate important information to staff across a healthcare organisation.
Writing effective healthcare policies and procedures requires a great deal of time, effort and attention to detail which involves a multi-step process of writing, reviewing and approving.
Learn the benefits of introducing a just culture not a blame culture and methodology for positive change within your healthcare organisation.
Healthcare organisations across the UK and Europe are now regularly taking the next step in patient safety by moving to DatixCloudIQ.
On 5th December 2019, The Minister for Health in Ireland published a new patient safety bill that will regulate many important measures related to safety initiatives.
Proactive patient safety and risk prevention are key to helping healthcare organisations surveil and mitigate global and local risks.
Healthcare organisations in Ireland are primarily focused on reporting mortalities but could see even greater benefits from a system that allows them to conduct their own thorough mortality reviews.
To help you in your organisation’s patient safety efforts, we have put together a guide to each goal and how the RLDatix software can help.
Healthcare organisations work hard to ensure that patient safety is a strategic imperative, but significant patient safety improvements have been difficult to achieve.
Staying up to date with how incident management is continuing to evolve will be a key component of promoting a culture of safety across healthcare organisations.
Issues with policies and procedures are commonly identified as contributing factors to events. In many cases, these important documents are also identified as root causes to events...
Are there changes you want to make to your system but just do not have the time? Have you spoken with other users and thought ‘we’d love to have that in our system but we don’t know how?'...
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.