Patient Safety, An Issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America, 1st Edition

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By Rahul K. Shah, MD, MBA
This issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America, Guest Edited by Dr. Rahul K. Shah, is devoted to Patient Safety. Articles in this important issue include: Systems Science: A Primer on High Reliability; Leadership Driving Safety and Quality; P ...view more
This issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America, Guest Edited by Dr. Rahul K. Shah, is devoted to Patient Safety. Articles in this important issue include: Systems Science: A Primer on High Reliability; Leadership Driving Safety and Quality; Patient Engagement; Using Public Data to Drive Improvement; Simulation Saves the Day (and Patient); Tracheostomy Care: How Collaboratives Drive Improvement; Re-thinking Morbidity and Mortality Conference; Clinical Indices as the Driving Force for Quality Improvement in Otolaryngology; Button-battery Safety: Industry and Academic Partnerships to Drive Change; Resident Engagement in Safety and Quality; Fire Safety; Anesthesia Safety in Otolaryngology; Device Safety; Reprocessing Standards for Medical Devices and Equipment in Otolaryngology; PS&Q for Office-Based Procedures in Otolaryngology; The Impact of Cognitive/Implicit Bias on Patient Safety and Quality in Otolaryngology; and Safety in Audiology.
ISBN :
9780323654814
Publication Date :
13-12-2018
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This issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America, Guest Edited by Dr. Rahul K. Shah, is devoted to Patient Safety. Articles in this important issue include: Systems Science: A Primer on High Reliability; Leadership Driving Safety and Quality; Patient Engagement; Using Public Data to Drive Improvement; Simulation Saves the Day (and Patient); Tracheostomy Care: How Collaboratives Drive Improvement; Re-thinking Morbidity and Mortality Conference; Clinical Indices as the Driving Force for Quality Improvement in Otolaryngology; Button-battery Safety: Industry and Academic Partnerships to Drive Change; Resident Engagement in Safety and Quality; Fire Safety; Anesthesia Safety in Otolaryngology; Device Safety; Reprocessing Standards for Medical Devices and Equipment in Otolaryngology; PS&Q for Office-Based Procedures in Otolaryngology; The Impact of Cognitive/Implicit Bias on Patient Safety and Quality in Otolaryngology; and Safety in Audiology.

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By Rahul K. Shah, MD, MBA, Vice-President, Chief Quality and Safety Officer, Professor of Otolaryngology and Pediatrics, Children’s National Health System, George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, DC