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Patient safety is promoted in an organization through
An organization has achieved a culture of patient safety when
In order to ensure patient safety as a dimension of performance within a healthcare facility, the most effective way is to:
If leadership is the critical success factor for an effective patient safety program, what is the first key responsibility of leaders?
Patient safety culture characterized by:
To develop a culture of safety, it is first to:
When developing a strategic plan with integration of patient safety, what is considered to be crucial?
High reporting of medical errors and near miss is a mirror of:
Voluntary reporting system may face under-reporting of incidents due to all of the following except
An organization has established a culture of patient safety when
Make it safe to make mistakes, Will:
A large facility has fostered a culture of patient safety through staff education, support of process improvements at department levels, and implementation of a nonpunitive approach to error reporting. Compliance with patient safety goals ranges from 75-100%. In assessing the culture of patient safety, a healthcare quality professional should
In order to establish a safety culture within a healthcare organization, one of the effective actions is to:
A Quality Council has created a Patient Safety Council. The council is concerned that staff may see this as another program that has been added to their busy schedules that will eventually go away. The best way for the organization to establish patient safety as an ongoing part of the organization’s culture is to
Which of the following are attributes to culture of safety?
A facility decided to implement Standard Precautions 1 year ago, but compliance has been poor. In addition to assessing the causes for poor compliance, the most effective way for the organization to improve compliance is to
Staff has been trained and oriented on a new electronic incident reporting system. In the past, staff could report anonymously. The new system requires staff to sign in with an individualized username and password. Three months after implementation, there is a sharp reduction in the number of reported incidents. Which of the following reasons for underreporting of incidents is of greatest concern?
A culture of patient safety in an organization will have been successfully created when
Comparing healthcare organizations by using medical error rates