Serious Reportable Events
SERIES OVERVIEW:

Ensuring and increasing patient safety are primary goals for most every healthcare organization. Large scale efforts such as the Serious Reportable Events in Healthcare list developed by the National Quality Forum (NQF), the Hospital-Acquired Conditions provision of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) payment system, and the Joint Commissions "National Patient Safety Goals have been put in place to make this goal a reality. Each is important in supporting endeavors to ensure patient safety.

In 2008, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that it would no longer pay for additional healthcare-related costs associated with many preventable errors, which the agency believed could be prevented by following evidence-based guidelines. It further stated that the institution where the event occurred was not allowed to bill the patient for the cost of care related to that error.

The programs in this series include workbooks that can be ordered separately.

See below for list of programs in this series.
Price: $795.00 USD

Product ID: MED889
Media: DVD
Year: 2014
Duration: 60:19 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Safety
 
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Other Programs in this Series

Serious Reportable Events: Hospital-Acquired Conditions in Inpatient Settings

OVERVIEW: This program will describe these events, which CMS has defined as "those that should never happen OBJECTIVES: After watching this program viewers should be able [...]

Released in 2014

$265.00
 
Serious Reportable Events: Identification and Prevention Part 2

OVERVIEW: This program will discuss the remaining four categories of reportable events from the NQFs Serious Reportable Events in Healthcare list. OBJECTIVES: After watching [...]

Released in 2014

$265.00
 
Serious Reportable Events: Identification and Prevention Part I

OVERVIEW: This program will discuss the first three categories of reportable events from the NQFs Serious Reportable Events in Healthcare list. OBJECTIVES: After watching [...]

Released in 2014

$265.00
 

 
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