Fremont, California (PressExposure) February 11, 2013 -- Given the extreme importance of healthcare; its administration cannot be left to the slightest chance. Nothing should be left to fluke.
Verification and validation of healthcare systems is very important to ensure that healthcare delivery is up to required standards. By required standards is meant the ability of the healthcare system to consistently deliver quality healthcare that meets the needs of the patients, families, and other identified stakeholders.
What is verification and validation of a health system? It is being in a situation in which a product, service, or system complies with a regulation, requirement, specification, or imposed condition. The ideal way of making this happen is to have the verification and validation process carried out by an independent body. Its findings have to then be reviewed by the management internally to reinforce the results. If healthcare settings have to gain the trust of patients and their families; their management must address issues by closing the technical and management gaps shown up by the verification and validation process.
This webinar will offer guidelines on how to ensure an efficient and compliant healthcare system in which set conditions for quality are met. It will give participants insights into how to form and manage teams, plan, manage responsibilities, and assess risk.
It will cover the following areas:
o Understanding and developing process requirements
o Process FMEA to validate process risks
o Process introduction protocols
o Process maintenance protocols
o Process performance protocols
o Management reviews
o Risk mitigation
o Corrective and Preventive Action system
o Revised risk assessment
o Data analysis for management reports
When: March 12, 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Dev Raheja, MS, CSP; is a well-known expert on hospital safety. During the 25 years that he has worked as a risk management and quality assurance consultant, he has offered hospital stakeholders systematic ways by which to impart safer care.
He has written more than 20 articles on healthcare quality and safety and is the author of Safer Hospital Care: Strategies for Continuous Innovation.
The webinar will benefit:
o Chief Medical Officers
o Department Clinicians such as Radiology, Surgery, Emergency Medicine
o Quality Assurance staff
o Patient Safety staff
o Pharmacy staff
Duration: 60 minutes
To enroll for this webinar, contact