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FMEA

An attempt to prioritize system-wide problems that may arise in the provision of (health care) services. It involves a review of the likelihood that particular errors may be made, along with the magnitude of the effect of those errors. Failures that occur frequently or may have a large impact on outcomes are identified for proactive review and repair.
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Dailmer-Chrysler, Ford Motor Co, and General Motors, Potential Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) Reference Manual, Automotive Industry Action Group.
One of the tools that allows evaluating actions that will increase the reliability is the failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA).
Such methods, discussed in this book, include practical risk analysis, failure mode and effect analysis, preliminary hazard analysis, progressive failure analysis, fault tree analysis, mean time between failures, Wohler curves, finite element analysis, cohesive zone models, crack propagation kinetics, time-temperature collectives, quantitative characterization of fatigue damage, and fracture maps.
Failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) is an analytical technique used to identif, potential failure modes and their associated causes.
The concept of failure mode and effect analysis as a quality enhancement technique was adopted in the mid-1960's by the aerospace industry and in the early '70s by the automotive industry.
Failure Mode and Effect Analysis provides a method of studying failure and its effects while establishing corrective action priorities before a design goes into production.
Ford Motor Company,"Potential Failure Mode and Effect Analysis," Form Number 1696, p 1 (revised 1988).
Chrysler Motors, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Manual," Form Number 84-231-1200, p 2 (Revised 1986).
automotive industries, with an emphasis on the fulfillment of customer-specific requirements, and the use of QS-9000 core tools such as Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP), Production Part Approval Process (PPAP), Potential Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), Statistical Process Control (SPC), and Measurement System Analysis (MSA).
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