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In just 13 minutes, I’ll take you through how RLDatix can help you focus efforts, reduce patient and staff harm, support prediction and align with Ireland’s Patient Safety Strategy requirements.
Highlighting innovative approaches to reduce common causes of harm, strategies for systematically reviewing recommendations to implement learning and ways to align to the HSE Patient Safety Strategy
Watch this five-minute clip to understand how to implement the HSE patient safety strategy, new ways of sharing data to encourage learning, and ways to be smarter with your patient safety data.
This five-minute clip demonstrates how you can reduce the time it takes to investigate an event, support staff in easily reporting events and ensure that those tasks are thorough and standardised.
Welcome to Fika* with RLDatix–– bite size resources focused on all things related to patient safety in Ireland and how RLDatix can help. This series will offer easily digestible patient safety resourc
Everyone can capture event data — what sets you apart is how you use that data to implement lasting change. Find out how RLDatix can support your patient safety initiatives as they evolve to align wit
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.
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.
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.
Proactive patient safety and risk prevention are key to helping healthcare organisations surveil and mitigate global and local risks.
Learn the benefits of introducing a just culture not a blame culture and methodology for positive change within your healthcare organisation.
In 2014, University Hospitals Bristol began to question the patient safety and risk management system they were using, as it was quite onerous to work with and efficiency was a major problem
The healthcare industry has seen numerous innovations and technological advancements in recent years, but ensuring patient safety at the local, regional, national and global level remains difficult.
We identified where you’re hurting most and recommend the best prescription to manage the pain.
Under increasing pressure to ensure that safety practices are the best they can be, how can DCIQ transform the way your organisation operates and delivers the highest quality care?
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