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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They provide an informative description of clinical governance, quality improvement and clinical risk management, with appropriate reference to national and international developments.
Detecting and reducing hospital adverse events: outcomes of the Wimmera clinical risk management program, Medical Journal of Australia 174 (12): 621-625.
This hospital has a good record in terms of clinical risk management.
The medical management component includes administrative risk management, as well as clinical risk management. Health management includes demand management, as well as prevention.
Bette McNee, RN, NHA, is a Clinical Risk Management Consultant in the Health & Human Services Division at The Graham Company.
Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management, in press, http://dovepress.com/articles.php?journal_id=68.
Mrs Thomson said: "The Trust is one of only three NHS organisations nationally to have been awarded the highest possible accreditation rating for clinical risk management by the NHS Litigation Authority.
Staff induction, training and competence was investigated and clinical risk management systems, which identify risks to patients, wereexamined.
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