Is there a way to figure out the quality of patient care and safety records of a Healthcare institution
I’m trying to study for my Health & Medical course and I need some help to understand this question.
Root Cause analysis.
This is about critical events and root cause analysis. This deals with Patient safety.
1. Thinking as a healthcare administrator, what are the importance of these topics from several points of view. These points of view can be: reputation, cost, education and training, quality, etc.
2. Is there a way to figure out the quality of patient care and safety records of a Healthcare institution.
I am looking for some original thoughts after you provide a little referenced background.
Also, What are Press Ganey / HCAHPS scores: And what does this mean to a HCA?
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