Risk management informs patient safety at health systems and hospitals, he says, adding that you must make sure that the processes you have put in place are followed and the clinical staff’s focus is where it should be.
The real upside of newer, smarter technologies is that the protection they provide allows for game-changing reductions in the weight and bulk of traditional wearable shielding—up to 75%—without increasing the radiation risk.
On episode 84 of PSQH: The Podcast, Brianna Zink, Senior Director of Healthcare Product Strategy at Infor, talks about lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ACP position paper, which was published in Annals of Internal Medicine, makes 13 recommendations to improve public health emergency preparedness.
The new research article, which was published by BMJ Quality & Safety, extrapolates total false negative diagnoses that result in death or permanent disability from “The Big Three” disease categories for misdiagnosis with serious harm: vascular events, infections, and cancers.
On episode 82 of PSQH: The Podcast, Peter Kolbert, SVP for Healthcare Risk Advisors, talks about the new wave of malpractice lawsuits pertaining to the care of COVID-19 patients.
As Health Care Risk Management Week wraps up, we want to call attention to the important work done by professionals as they identify potential risks and respond to adverse outcomes. Thanks to our partners Origami Risk and Riskonnect this week for their support.
On episode 81 of PSQH: The Podcast, Stephanie Mercado, CEO and Executive Director of the National Association of Healthcare Quality, talks about the need for improved healthcare workforce competency. This episode is presented as part of Health Risk Management Week by Origami Risk and Riskonnect.
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By Riskonnect How healthcare provider organizations can operationalize enterprise risk management Healthcare provider organizations (HPOs) often overlook the vital connection between traditional risk management activities—including patient safety, compliance, and quality—and broader enterprise risk management (ERM) efforts. This oversight is primarily due to data, operational, and technology silos within the risk landscape. “Consequently, providers find … Continued