Summary of the four themes from the CQC:
PEOPLE: We want to be an advocate for change, ensuring our regulation is driven by what people expect and need from services, rather than how providers want to deliver them. We want to regulate to improve people’s experience so they move easily between different services.
SMART: We want to be smarter in how we regulate, with an ambition to provide an up-to-date, consistent, and accurate picture of the quality of care in a service and in a local area.
SAFE: We want all services to promote strong safety cultures. This includes transparenc
"The book describes how a process oriented management system, already well established in other safety critical industries, can be used in the healthcare industry to ensure patient safety. The principles of the management system are rooted in Safety 2 and the book gives practical. detailed instructions on how to create such a system, with processes that map out 'work as done'. The book also explains how healthcare differs from other industries and describes how to implement a safety management system within a healthcare organisation. Leadership, culture and learning also have central roles to
Ehi Iden, Chief Executive Officer of the Occupational Health and Safety Managers, shares with the hub his blog 'Safety of the patients and correlation with the safety of the healthcare workers' (see attachment below). He also share the interview he did for TVC News Nigeria on World Patient Safety Day.
Images from the day
Presented by Sidney Dekker, Safety Differently: The Movie tells the stories of three organisations that had the courage to devolve, de-clutter, and decentralise their safety bureaucracy. It is a story of hope; of rediscovering ways to trust and empower people and of reinvigorating the humanity and dignity of actual work.
In this blog, Steven questions:
Are we reducing the human to ‘human error’?
Are we reducing the human to a faulty information processing machine?
Are we reducing the human to emotional aberrations?
Are we reducing human involvement in socio-technical systems?