Patient Safety Handbook

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American Bar Association, Health Law Section, 2008 - Law - 379 pages
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This book is a comprehensive guide to serving clients in a variety of healthcare settings. The book starts out by providing an overview of the key elements involved in implementing a patient safety program, and goes on to summarize each of the key patient safety requirements implemented by federal, state and accreditation agencies including the federal Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005.

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
The Center for Patient Safety Within the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
2
Medicare Conditions of Participation and the OIG Supplemental Guidance for Hospitals
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