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    • INTERNATIONAL PATIENT SAFETY GOALS DR MOHAMED ADEL ELFAIOMY MD, TQM,CPHQ,LEANSIX SIGMA GB, OSHA Trainer Quality and Performance Improvement consultant
    • FIRST DO NO HARM  The assumption of safety in the provision of healthcare is as fundamental as care itself.  "Safety is the most basic dimension of performance necessary for the improvement of healthcare quality.  Safety is the underlying reason for risk management, infection control, and environmental management programs.  It is the reason we insist on qualified clinical practitioners and support staff, validating education, expertise, and other credentials; providing appropriate orientation and continuing education; and performing periodic appraisal. 2
    • TO ERR IS HUMAN 3
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    •        International Patient Safety Goals Goal 1: Identify Patients Correctly Goal 2: Improve Effective Communication Goal 3: Improve the Safety of High-Alert Medications Goal 4: Ensure Correct- Site, Correct-Procedure, Correct Patient Surgery Goal 5: Reduce the Risk of Health Care –Associated Infections Goal 6: Reduce the Risk of Patient Harm Resulting from Falls 5
    • 1-IDENTIFY PATIENTS CORRECTLY Requirement: The organization develops an approach to improve accuracy of patients’ identification.  1. Use of at least two patient identifiers.  2. Before Administering medications, blood, or blood products.  3. Before taking blood and other specimens for clinical testing.  4. Before providing treatments and procedures. 6
    • 2- IMPROVE EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION Requirement The organization develops an approach to improve the effectiveness of communication among caregivers.  1. Verbal and telephone order or test result is written down by the receiver and read back by the receiver.  2. The order or test result is confirmed by the person who gave the order. 7
    • 3-IMPROVE THE SAFETY OF HIGH-ALERT MEDICATIONS Requirement: The organization develops an approach to improve the safety of high-alert medications.  1. Policies to address the location, labeling, and storage of concentrated electrolytes.  2. Concentrated electrolytes are not present in patient care. 8
    • 4- ENSURE CORRECT-SITE, CORRECTPROCEDURE, CORRECT-PATIENT SURGERY Requirement: The organization develops an approach to ensuring correct-site, correct procedure, and correct-patient surgery  1. Ensure the correct site, correct procedure, and correct patient  2. Mark surgical site identification and involve the patient in the marking process  3. Verify that all documents and equipment needed are on hand, correct, and functional  4. Use time-out procedure before starting a surgical procedure 9
    • 5- REDUCE THE RISK OF HEALTH CARE– ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS Requirement: The organization develops an approach to reduce the risk of health care–associated infections  1. Policies to reduce the risk of health care–associated infections  2. Adopt or adapt currently published and generally accepted hand hygiene guidelines  3. Implement an effective hand hygiene program 10
    • 6-REDUCE THE RISK OF PATIENT HARM RESULTING FROM FALL Requirement: The organization develops an approach to reduce the risk of patient harm resulting from falls.  1. Policies to reduce the risk of patient harm resulting from falls.  2. Implement initial assessment of patients for fall risk and reassessment when indicated.  3. Implement measures to reduce fall risk for those assessed to be at risk. 11
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