clinical risk management


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clinical risk management

A generic term for the processes that an organisation has in place to identify potential risks to the health and safety of patients (e.g., maternity patients) and reduce those risks through staff training and education.
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Moynihan led all of the underwriting, new business, sales and carrier relations efforts and was responsible for the development and implementation of the clinical risk management platform that served high-end advisors and planners nationwide.
Graham Spearing,director of clinical risk management at the trust, said:``While we are delighted at our achievement, we cannot rest on our laurels.
He has published over 115 articles and given over 200 lectures to nurses, physicians and governing boards on all aspects of clinical risk management and patient safety.
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The three authors have collectively spearheaded doctor-focused clinical risk management programs for which they have received numerous accolades.
He has co-authored more than thirty peer-reviewed research publications and currently serves on the editorial boards of Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management and the Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.
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is a third party-claims administrator specializing in medical professional liability and clinical risk management services.
Kaiser Permanente provides extremely high quality of care in our Labor and Delivery units," said Julie Nunes, RN, MS, regional director of clinical risk management and PPSP principal investigator.
These include risk control programs that place increased emphasis on traditional clinical risk management initiatives to reduce and eliminate patient injuries as well as committing to the purchase and implementation of technology that will promote patient safety, such as computerized physician order entry and bar-coded medication administration systems.
After reviewing numerous HIPAA privacy-related products and services, we recognized that our clients would need a simple but thorough and well-organized product to aid them in their effort to achieve HIPAA privacy compliance by the April 14, 2003, deadline," said Theresa Essick, Vice President, Clinical Risk Management Services.
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