Malpractice Prevention and Liability Control for Hospitals
American Hospital Association, 1981 - Hospital care - 146 pages
The history of accountability: From immunity to liability. Dissecting the malpractice problem. Hospitals' response: Insurance options and risk management. Physician-related medical injury. Mounting a program to prevent medically related injuries. Relating patient injury pre- vention to quality assurance. Organization and implementation of a patient injury prevention system.
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Dissecting the Malpractice Problem
PhysicianRelated Medical Injury
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administration Amer American Hospital Association anesthesia antibiotics application appropriate areas available to demonstrate California Medical College of Surgeons Conducted at least conducting any education corporate liability credentials criteria demonstrate the following department/service documentation available drug duty of care education programs effectiveness emergency department Figure files YES frequency function guidelines high-risk identifying or conducting injury prevention program inventory analysis involved malpractice claims malpractice insurance malpractice liability malpractice litigation medical malpractice medical record medically related patient medication errors ment monitoring N/A 7 NOTES N/A 7 YES N/A YES negligence NOTES Is documentation nursing occurrence operating room patient injury model patient injury prevention Patient Safety percent performed Person retrieving/collating physician physician-related plaintiff preventing medically related proctoring professional liability psychoactive drugs quality assurance activities quality assurance program reappraisal related patient injury respondeat superior risk management risk management program SERVICES QUESTION YES surgery tient tion utilization review YES NO N/A