Designing and implementing a comprehensive quality and patient safety management model: A paradigm for perioperative improvement

@inproceedings{Herzer2008DesigningAI,
  title={Designing and implementing a comprehensive quality and patient safety management model: A paradigm for perioperative improvement},
  author={Kurt R. Herzer and Lynette J. Mark and James D. Michelson and Laurie Saletnik and Christina A. Lundquist},
  year={2008}
}
Objectives: The objectives of this article are to describe the designand implementation of a comprehensive perioperative quality andpatient safety management model. This model used a systemsapproach to integrate (1) multiple data sources of defects, (2) amultidisciplinary team, (3) a quality improvement methodologysuccessful in high-risk industries other than health care, (4) retro-spective and nearYreal-time analyses of defects, and (5) proactivefeedback to the team, reporters, and hospital… CONTINUE READING

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