Articles in Patient Safety Monitor Journal - Volume 20 Issue 12
We’ve thought of some gifts we’d like to bestow upon the busy healthcare clinic workers in the country—if we had the power to do so.
“It’s still shocking, frustrating, disappointing, the frequency to which we still do the wrong thing.”
“When you start requiring silly things, and we think it’s silly and doesn’t make clinical sense, it’s not sustainable. And a process that’s not sustainable is an unsafe process.”
We asked Ken Rohde, senior consultant for patient safety and process improvement at The Greeley Company, to look back at 2010–2019 and take some educated guesses at what’s in store for the next decade of healthcare quality and patient safety.
Research shows many healthcare professionals unprepared for conducting screening and brief interventions