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To maintain confidentiality of an incident reports:
1- Send the incident report directly to risk management.
2- Never make incident report part of the medical record.
3- Never mention the facts of the incident in the medical record.
4- Maintain the originals in the risk management office and a copy in the originating department.
Generally, an “incident” is defend as:
Which of the following reasons for under-reporting of incidents should be of greatest concern to a risk manager?
Which of the following is an advantage of occurrence screening compared to incident reporting?
Education and training of staff members regarding incident reporting should include which of the following instructions?
1. Document relevant facts and circumstances (e.g., patient ID, time, locations, identity of witness) while memories are fresh.
2. Where an error did not reach the patient (i.e., a near miss) and no serious harm was apparent,
reporting is optional.
3. Where a single individual committed an error, it is necessary to investigate all pertinent facts and
4. Where an error causing patient harm was the result of clerical error, an incident report should be