Thank you for eight good questions. I think the 311 word body in the pdf answers some of these (Qu.2, 6). It is purposely brief admittedly.
Qu.3 Since the patient must be conscious and capable of understanding yes and no obviously the solution is not suitable for maternity, young children and the operating theatre. However, these patients can have a substitute tag from two different health workers. HE consequences reduced only by a factor of 1000 (Ref. 2a in download.). Steve Turner (community nurse) also sees possibilities too.
QU.4, 5, 6 7. I believe "An eQMS with Alarmed Error Recovery Protocols" is a first in global healthcare but common in banking and parcel delivery where the customer is placed in a computerised quality loop. If we kill the AE's as this system can, and not 2.6M patients globally, cost savings are humungous Ref.1 in the download.
QU.8 Our NHS should assess this eQMS with a view to trialling it.
Thank you Clive for allowing me a platform.
Ward-Patient Safety Solution. An eQMS with Alarmed Error RecoveryProtocols..pdf