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Evaluation of Patient Safety Management Visits
Jalal Nourmohammadi , Zohre Mashmool, Farideh Basati, Arman Ghayourvahdat *
Inventor Member of International Federation of Inventors Assocciations,Switzerland.
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Background: Patient safety management visits are a suitable way for the participation and cooperation of senior managers and other staff to provide a safe environment in hospitals. By conducting weekly patient safety management visits on a weekly basis, senior managers can Create a culture of safety. The aim of this study was to evaluate the patient's safety management visits performed in Shahid Hasheminejad Hospital in Mashhad in 2021.
Methods:This study was a combined (quantitative and qualitative) study. All minutes of safety management visits held in Shahid Hasheminejad Hospital in 2021 were analyzed by content method and the effectiveness of the measures taken was evaluated with a researcher-made form.
Results: Total of 32 management visits were conducted, 200 safety problems were identified. The corrective measures taken resulted in the complete elimination of 68% of the cases and 32% of the ongoing cases.
Discussion:Patient safety management visits are a useful way to demonstrate senior management commitment to safety and to attract the cooperation of other staff to address safety issues.
 
Keywords: Patient Safety Management Visits, Accreditation
     
Type of Study: Review | Subject: General
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Nourmohammadi J, Mashmool Z, Basati F, Ghayourvahdat A. Evaluation of Patient Safety Management Visits. Int J Med Invest. 2022; 11 (3)
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