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High reliability organizations : a healthcare handbook for patient safety & quality / Cynthia Oster, PhD, MBA, APRN, ACNS-BC, ANP, Jane Braaten, PhD, APRN, CNS, ANP, CPPS ; foreword by Jane Barnsteiner.

Contributor(s): Oster, Cynthia, 1958- [editor.] | Braaten, Jane, 1962- [editor.] | Sigma Theta Tau International [issuing body.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Description: 1 online resource (xxxiii, 499 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781940446400; 1940446406.Subject(s): Health services administration | Health facilities -- Risk management | Health facilities -- Risk management | Health services administration | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social Security | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social Services & Welfare | Patient Safety -- standards | Safety Management -- organization & administration | Health Facility Administration | Health Facilities -- standards | Quality of Health Care | Organizational CultureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: High reliability organizationsDDC classification: 362.1068 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Part one : The need for a new model of patient safety and quality. The need for a paradigm shift in healthcare culture: old versus new / Cynthia R. Latney -- Current patient safety drivers / Gwen Sherwood, Gail E. Armstrong -- Current quality drivers / Mary Beth Flynn Makic -- Organizational culture and the journey to HRO / Lisa Camplese -- Part two : HRO concepts and application to practice : preoccupation with failure. Using failure mode and effects analysis to predict failure / Katherine Bilys -- Close calls and near misses: what's the big deal? / Sherilyn Deakins -- Part three : HRO concepts and application to practice : reluctance to simplify. Root cause analysis : a tool for high reliability in a complex environment / Jane S. Braaten -- Just culture and the impact on high reliability / Patricia A. Patrician, Gwendolyn Cherese Godlock, Apryl Shenae Lewis, Rebecca S. Miltner -- Part four : HRO concepts and application to practice : sensitivity to operations. Alarm safety : working solutions / JoAnne Phillips -- Innovative technology, standardization, and the impact on high reliability / Jane Englebright, Kelly Aldrich -- Part five : HRO concepts and application to practice : deference to expertise. Interprofessional collaboration / Amy J. Barton, Gail E. Armstrong, Connie Valdez -- Nurses create reliable care by advancing patient engagement / Julianne Morath -- Part six : HRO concepts and application to practice : resilience. Resilience : a path to HRO / Belinda Shaw -- Building high reliability through simulation / Kelly D. Wallin, Frances C. Kelly, Kerry A. Sembera -- High reliability is built with resilience / Julie Benz -- Sustaining a culture of safety : strategies to maintain the gains / Cynthia A. Oster -- Part seven : Assimilation into practice across the continuum. The use of HRO concepts to improve pain management and safety / Nan Davidson -- Pediatric patient safety : utilizing safety coaching as a strategy toward zero harm / Sharon Sables-Baus -- Applying high reliability principles across a large healthcare system to reduce patient falls / Noreen Bernard -- The synthesis among magnet recognition[rm] program model components and high reliability organization principles / Jean Beckel -- Achieving HRO : the role of the bedside scientist in research / Alma Jackson -- Appendixes. Building a high reliability head and neck operating room team / Kristen A. Oster -- Championing cauti prevention in the ICU/SDU : a project demonstrating the concepts of HROT / Michelle Norris -- Overstaying your welcome : decreasing ED stay for STEMI patients to improve reperfusion times / Dianna Ingraham -- Telehealth : a highly reliable intervention to prevent readmissions / Erin Denholm.
Summary: Patient safety and quality are an ever-increasing concern to consumers, payers, providers, organizations, and governments. However, high reliability methods and science that can provide efficient and effective care have still not been totally implemented into our healthcare culture. Nurses, representing the majority of healthcare workers, are on the front line of the delivery and provision of safe and effective care and are ideally situated to drive the mission to achieve high reliability in healthcare. High Reliability Organizations: A Healthcare Handbook for Patient Safety & Quality presents practical examples of HRO principles in order to establish a system that detects and prevents errors from happening even in the most difficult, high risk conditions. Authors Cynthia Oster and Jane Braaten provide healthcare professionals with tools and best practices that will improve and enhance patient safety and quality outcomes. This book provides: An overview of HRO science as an organizing framework for quality and patient safety, practical applications of HRO science, focusing on quality and patient safety, knowledge and tools that can be applied to current quality and safety practices and real-world examples of HRO principles employed in a variety of patient care areas.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part one : The need for a new model of patient safety and quality. The need for a paradigm shift in healthcare culture: old versus new / Cynthia R. Latney -- Current patient safety drivers / Gwen Sherwood, Gail E. Armstrong -- Current quality drivers / Mary Beth Flynn Makic -- Organizational culture and the journey to HRO / Lisa Camplese -- Part two : HRO concepts and application to practice : preoccupation with failure. Using failure mode and effects analysis to predict failure / Katherine Bilys -- Close calls and near misses: what's the big deal? / Sherilyn Deakins -- Part three : HRO concepts and application to practice : reluctance to simplify. Root cause analysis : a tool for high reliability in a complex environment / Jane S. Braaten -- Just culture and the impact on high reliability / Patricia A. Patrician, Gwendolyn Cherese Godlock, Apryl Shenae Lewis, Rebecca S. Miltner -- Part four : HRO concepts and application to practice : sensitivity to operations. Alarm safety : working solutions / JoAnne Phillips -- Innovative technology, standardization, and the impact on high reliability / Jane Englebright, Kelly Aldrich -- Part five : HRO concepts and application to practice : deference to expertise. Interprofessional collaboration / Amy J. Barton, Gail E. Armstrong, Connie Valdez -- Nurses create reliable care by advancing patient engagement / Julianne Morath -- Part six : HRO concepts and application to practice : resilience. Resilience : a path to HRO / Belinda Shaw -- Building high reliability through simulation / Kelly D. Wallin, Frances C. Kelly, Kerry A. Sembera -- High reliability is built with resilience / Julie Benz -- Sustaining a culture of safety : strategies to maintain the gains / Cynthia A. Oster -- Part seven : Assimilation into practice across the continuum. The use of HRO concepts to improve pain management and safety / Nan Davidson -- Pediatric patient safety : utilizing safety coaching as a strategy toward zero harm / Sharon Sables-Baus -- Applying high reliability principles across a large healthcare system to reduce patient falls / Noreen Bernard -- The synthesis among magnet recognition[rm] program model components and high reliability organization principles / Jean Beckel -- Achieving HRO : the role of the bedside scientist in research / Alma Jackson -- Appendixes. Building a high reliability head and neck operating room team / Kristen A. Oster -- Championing cauti prevention in the ICU/SDU : a project demonstrating the concepts of HROT / Michelle Norris -- Overstaying your welcome : decreasing ED stay for STEMI patients to improve reperfusion times / Dianna Ingraham -- Telehealth : a highly reliable intervention to prevent readmissions / Erin Denholm.

Patient safety and quality are an ever-increasing concern to consumers, payers, providers, organizations, and governments. However, high reliability methods and science that can provide efficient and effective care have still not been totally implemented into our healthcare culture. Nurses, representing the majority of healthcare workers, are on the front line of the delivery and provision of safe and effective care and are ideally situated to drive the mission to achieve high reliability in healthcare. High Reliability Organizations: A Healthcare Handbook for Patient Safety & Quality presents practical examples of HRO principles in order to establish a system that detects and prevents errors from happening even in the most difficult, high risk conditions. Authors Cynthia Oster and Jane Braaten provide healthcare professionals with tools and best practices that will improve and enhance patient safety and quality outcomes. This book provides: An overview of HRO science as an organizing framework for quality and patient safety, practical applications of HRO science, focusing on quality and patient safety, knowledge and tools that can be applied to current quality and safety practices and real-world examples of HRO principles employed in a variety of patient care areas.

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