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Preventing Medical Errors (Quality Chasm)

Philip Aspden

Preventing Medical Errors (Quality Chasm)

by Philip Aspden

  • 49 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Natl Academy Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health systems & services,
  • Pharmacology,
  • Practice Management & Reimbursement,
  • Medical

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages393
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10359224M
    ISBN 100309102685
    ISBN 109780309102681
    OCLC/WorldCa70825098

    The FDA enhanced its efforts to reduce medication errors by dedicating more resources to drug safety, which included forming a new division on medication errors at the agency in responsibility to understand the increasingly broad definition of medical errors, their root causes, and to assist in building systems designed to reduce the incidence of medical errors, i.e. adverse events. “Hospitals and doctors and nurses are focused on preventing harm”, says Nancy Foster of the American.

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    Medical errors -- Prevention. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Medical errors; Prevention; Narrower term: Medication errors -- Prevention; Filed under: Medical errors -- Prevention Advances in Patient Safety: New Directions and Alternative Approaches (4 volumes; ), ed. by Kerm Henriksen, James Bruce Battles, Margaret A. Keyes, and Mary L. Grady.   Each year, more than , people die from preventable medical errors and up to 20 times more suffer from errors but don’t die from them, Kiani says. Here are five common medical errors.


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Preventing Medical Errors (Quality Chasm) by Philip Aspden Download PDF EPUB FB2

Preventing Medication Errors is the newest volume in the series. Responding to the key messages in earlier volumes of the seriesâ€"To Err Is Human (), Crossing the Quality Chasm (), and Patient Safety ()â€"this book sets forth an agenda for improving the safety of medication use.

It begins by providing an overview of the system for drug development, regulation, distribution, and use.5/5(1). Preventing Medication Errors is the newest volume in the series. Responding to the key messages in earlier volumes of the seriesa " To Err Is Human (), Crossing the Quality Chasm (), and Patient Safety In the Institute of Medicine launched the Quality Chasm Series, a series of reports focused on assessing and improving the nationa /5(6).

Medication Errors is the most comprehensive, authoritative examination of the causes of and means to preventing medication errors in print. It helps readers understand the system-based causes of medication errors, including pharmaceutical trademarks, drug packaging and labeling, and error-prone abbreviations and dose expressions, as well as the patient's role in preventing medication errors/5(2).

It begins by providing an overview of the system for drug development, regulation, distribution, and use. Preventing Medication Errors also examines the peer-reviewed literature on the incidence and the cost of medication errors and the effectiveness of error prevention strategies. Safe patient outcome is the ultimate goal in preventing medical errors.

Medical errors are costly, not only because our patients may loose their lives or livelihoods, but also because our patients loose trust in the healthcare system, and our colleagues loose faith in one another.

Given the large number of new drugs approved over the past 25 years--many highly potent and complex--it's no surprise that medication errors occur. Although most are not serious, some cause irreparable harm and fatalities.

Medication Errors takes an in-depth look at factors that contribute to medication errors and recommends steps for preventing them at the micro and macro levels. Preventing Medication Errors. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Presenting data that will foster the reduction of medication errors, the book provides action agendas detailing the measures needed to improve the safety of medication use in both the short- and long-term.

Patients, primary health care providers. Preventing Medication Errors With Technology. asked participants to go through daily check-ins that included medication adherence reminders and encouragement to book or keep appointments as recommended by practitioners.

it’s not the only element in preventing complications. Medical errors cost approximately $20 billion a year. Medical errors in hospitalsand clinics result in approximatelypeople dying each year. Medicalerrors typically include surgical, diagnostic, medication, devices and equipment,and systems failures, infections, falls, and healthcare technology.

Preventing Medical Errors Vincent Hsu, MD, MPH Hospital Epidemiologist. Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency. Florida Hospital. Florida Medical Association. The content in this course is applicable to Physicians and Physician Assistants licensed in Florida. After taking this course, you should be able to: Identify definitions related to patient safety, medical errors, and adverse events.

Discuss factors that increase the risk of medical errors. Describe the root cause analysis process for medical errors. By Kim Maryniak, PhDc, MSN, RNC-NIC, Contributor Statistics on medication errors in U.S. hospitals are difficult to calculate, due to the variability inthe government released a report titled To Err is Human: Building a Safer Healthcare System, which stated that approximat people die each year in the United States due to medical errors (Institute of Medicine [IOM.

This course was created to inform licensed health practitioners of this growing epidemic and to foster improved patient safety. It meets the criteria of the Florida Statute that mandates a two-hour course on prevention of medical errors as part of the total hours of continuing education required for licensure renewal for the state of Florida, and provides contact hours to participants.

Medication Errors is the most comprehensive, a01itative examination of the causes of and means to preventing medication errors in print. It helps readers understand the system-based causes of medication errors, including pharmaceutical trademarks, drug packaging and labeling, and error-prone abbreviations and dose expressions, as well as the patients role in preventing medication errors.3/5(1).

This edited work presents a comprehensive examination of the causes of and means to preventing medication errors. It includes numerous practical tips presented in tables to prevent, reduce, minimise and mitigate medication errors.

The book is thoroughly referenced, with a /5(11). Medication errors, which are often caused by illegible handwriting, ar Health care is inherently risky, and filling a handwritten prescription could be the most dangerous of all medical procedures.

Hosp Top. Summer;81(3) Preventing errors in healthcare: a call for action. Al-Assaf AF(1), Bumpus LJ, Carter D, Dixon SB. Author information: (1)MPH Degree Program, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA.

Medical errors cause up to 98, people to die annually in the United States. A major report by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) on medication errors suggests that, despite all the progress in patient safety since To Err is Human, medication errors remain extremely common, and the health care system can do much more to prevent them.

Among the startling statistics from this report: more than million Americans are injured every year in American hospitals, and the. "Cohen’s book better describes specific medication errors and how to prevent them.

The centerpiece is an excellent chapter on 'high-alert medications,' which Cohen defines as drugs with a high risk of causing patient injury or death if they are misused; the chapter includes a comprehensive table of safety measures for various drug classes."Author: Michael R.

Cohen. Medication errors can happen to anyone in any place, including your own home and at the doctor's office, hospital, pharmacy and senior living facility. Kids are especially at high risk for medication errors because they typically need different drug doses than adults.

Knowing what you're up against can help you play it safe. Prevent Medical Errors in the Field with Cognitive Strategies Issue 12 and Volume By David Fu, MD, Rob Woods, MD, FRCPC and Aaron K. Sibley, MD, FRCPC | COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.Get this from a library!

Preventing medication errors. [Philip Aspden; Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Identifying and Preventing Medication Errors.;] -- "Preventing Medication Errors begins by providing an overview of the system for drug development, regulation, distribution, and use.

It also examines the peer-reviewed literature on the incidence and.