Patient safety and quality improvement in healthcare a case-based approach

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Other Authors: Shah, Rahul K. (Editor), Godambe, Sandip A. (Editor)
Online Access:Link to e-book
Item Description:Includes index.
Physical Description:1 online resource
Published: Cham : Springer, 2021.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: A Case-Based Approach to Quality Improvement
  • Organizational Safety Culture: The Foundation for Safety and Quality Improvement
  • Creation of Quality Management Systems: Frameworks for Performance Excellence
  • Reliability, Resilience, and Developing a Problem-Solving Culture
  • Building an Engaging Toyota Production System Culture to Drive Winning Performance for our Patients, Caregivers, Hospitals, and Communities
  • What to Do When an Event Happens: Building Trust in Every Step
  • Communication with Disclosure and Its Importance in Safety
  • Using Data to Drive Change
  • Quality Methodology
  • Designing Improvement Teams for Success
  • Handoffs: Reducing Harm Through High Reliability and Inter-Professional Communication
  • Safety II: A Novel Approach to Reducing Harm
  • Bundles and Checklists
  • Pathways and Guidelines: An Approach to Operationalizing Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
  • Accountable Justifications and Peer Comparisons as Behavioral Economic Nudges to Improve Clinical Practice
  • Diagnostic Errors and Their Associated Cognitive Biases
  • An Improvement Operating System: A Case for a Digital Infrastructure for Continuous Improvement
  • Patient Flow in Healthcare: A Key to Quality
  • It Takes Teamwork: Consideration of Difficult Hospital-Acquired Conditions
  • Human Factors in Healthcare
  • Workforce Safety
  • Changing the Improvement Paradigm for Our Kids.