Risk Management Handbook for Health Care Organizations: Clinical risk
Peggy Nakamura, Roberta Carroll, Sylvia M. Brown
Jossey-Bass, 2006 - Medical - 562 pages
Volume II focuses on patient safety and the operational risk inherent in all healthcare organizations with particular emphasis on clinical risk.. The role of the risk manager in patient safety will be a common underlying theme.
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1 The 2006 National Patient Safety Goals
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Risk Managements Role in Performance
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