Under the new Patient Safety Strategy, patients will be able to anonymously submit information if they are concerned about their treatment or care.
There are “more questions than answers” surrounding the safety of medical apps, the cheif executive of Patient Safety Learning told an audience in London.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has used a healthcare e-commerce solution since 2002, and in recent years has introduced a cloud-based catalogue system – making it far easier to share standardised data – and an inventory control system.
Many believe that technology has a crucial role to play in reducing avoidable harm and bolstering safety in the NHS. And while digital solutions are being designed to improve care, they will be properly effective only if they are efficient and reliably implemented. Claire Read reports.
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A healthcare signposting app and website reportedly suspended over clinical assurance concerns is hoping to resume service by the end of this week.
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been forced to close six of its buildings which they recognised as being unfit for purpose.
A major London teaching hospital has rated its record keeping at “extreme” risk in its risk register with consequences to patient safety.
James Titcombe, patient safety specialist at Datix, says organisations need to avoid blame culture when it comes to reporting and learning from incidents; and to share what works with others.
James Titcombe OBE, Patient Safety Specialist at Datix and patient safety campaigner, looks at some of the key issues involved with a continued excellence in care. Here we discuss Sir Liam Donaldson’s seminal 2000 report ‘An organisation with a memory’.
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