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    Start time: 6pm GMT or 1pm ET. A panel discussion with: Karen Wolk Feinstein, PhD, President and CEO of the Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative Ken Segel, CEO of Value Capture Moderated by Mark Graban, Value Capture Register here
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    The NHS has been prioritising patient safety for the last few years, with the patient safety strategy focusing on three main aims: insight, involvement and improvement. Because of this, 1,000 extra lives could be saved along with a reduction of £100 million in care costs each year from 2023/24. Secondary care is yet to catch up on these goals. Radar Healthcare commissioned this report to get a glimpse into where we are today in regards to reporting, and to look into how we can work towards making improvements. Whatever the topic of the event, incident reporting provides vital insight
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    To begin the interview, we discussed the events leading up to Keith joining HSIB as its first Chief Investigator. He spoke about his background as a pilot and then joining the Air Accidents Investigation Branch, first as an investigator before later becoming its Chief Investigator. There has been much written about the safety lessons that healthcare can learn from the aviation industry. Keith reflected on how his investigation roles in aviation helped to develop his understanding of the importance of creating a safety culture and the role of investigations as part of this. Subsequently he
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    The World Health Organization (WHO) introduced the surgical safety checklist in 2009 after a successful trial in eight pilot countries; the term ‘Never Event’ has been in existence since 2001.[1] NHS England defines a Never Event as; “Serious incidents that are entirely preventable because guidance of safety recommendations providing strong systematic barriers are available at a national level and should have been implemented by all healthcare providers.” The current list of Never Events still only classes three reportable intra-operative ‘Never Events’: wrong site surgery, wrong imp
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    HSIB is the independent national investigator for patient safety in England. Founded in 2017, its mission is to help improve patient safety through independent investigations into NHS-funded care and to promote learning across the NHS. In his last day in office as Chief Investigator at HSIB, Keith Conradi issued a letter to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care reflecting on his experience of leading the organisation. In this blog, we reflect on this letter and the concerns it raises about the approach to HSIB’s activities by the Department of Health and Social Care and NHS En
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    "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
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    Key points from the survey A safety culture is critical for the protection of staff and patients. Psychological Safety for healthcare workers is an essential requirement of all safe health systems People (patient & health worker) safety is inherent in healthcare and Coproduction is the foundation of all initiatives. Measurement of what works well is essential so that there can be learning at all levels. Reporting of clinical incidents is a vital part of learning and needs to be undertaken within a just culture which is blame-free, with clear accountability.
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    The Royal Society of Medicine's International COVID-19 Conference brings together thought leaders from around the world to share the key clinical learnings about COVID-19.Session 1: Respiratory effects: critical care and ventilationChair: Dr Charles Powell, Janice and Coleman Rabin Professor of Medicine System Chief, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai> Professor Anita K Simonds, Consultant in Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, RBH NHS Foundation Trust> Dr Richard Oeckler, Director, Medical Intensive Care Unit, Mayo Clinic, Minnesota> Dr Eva Polverino, Pulmonologist, Vall D’Hebron Barc
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