mandatory reporting system

mandatory reporting system

A health event reporting system run by a state department of health which requires hospitals to report serious accidents and threats to patient safety.
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1 Any epidemiological sur- veillance that is carried out through an appropriate and mandatory reporting system not only prevents a problem but can also successfully plan a control pro- gramme and ensure appropriate medical therapy.
Health care facilities were also notified of the upcoming mandatory reporting system in October 2011.
The education campaign is part of a larger health care-associated infections initiative that includes the Committee on Healthcare Associated Infections, which was created by the state Legislature and is charged with advising the health department on the development, implementation, operation and monitoring of a mandatory reporting system for such infections in Connecticut.
The lack of any nationwide mandatory reporting system leads those with knowledge of the issue to suspect that the incidents are underreported.
In order to do that we have said that it's important to price carbon emissions and have in place a mandatory reporting system," he said.
The PCMLTFA created a mandatory reporting system for suspected terrorist property, suspicious financial transactions, large cash transactions, large international electronic funds transfers, and cross-border movements of currency and monetary instruments totaling 10,000 Canadian dollars (approximately $9,000) or more.
who spoke at the seminar said CHPA's board of directors was supportive of legislation that would include a mandatory reporting system for serious adverse events for dietary supplements, preemption of state and local AER systems, and nondisclosure of individual records or names.
The Government had introduced infection control teams to every hospital, minimum standards and a mandatory reporting system.
Expanding the mandatory reporting system already in place by the Department of Veterans Affairs to the 500 Department of Defense hospitals and clinics.
Before setting up a mandatory reporting system, the process needs to be discussed and defined.
Senator Arlen Spector (R-PA) recently held hearings on patient safety and is considering legislation to create a mandatory reporting system to collect and analyze data on adverse events that result in patient injury or death.
Only a few states have a mandatory reporting system.
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