Safety Net

The latest thinking from clinical and patient safety leaders from Harvard and around the world. A steady stream of interviews, news updates, legal guidance, effective practices, event highlights, and more.

https://www.rmf.harvard.edu/Clinician-Resources/Podcast/2011/CRICO-Podcasts-Home-Page

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 8m. Bisher sind 194 Folge(n) erschienen. Jeden Tag erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 5 hours 45 minutes

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MDs Walk, Learn in Patients' Shoes


Five physicians share lessons in patient safety and preventing patient's desire to sue.


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 2007-05-31  10m
 
 

Best Practice: Making Sure You See Test Results


Results back and seen at the right time is a common and serious challenge.


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 2006-12-29  3m
 
 

Best Practice: Making Sure You See Test Results


Results back and seen at the right time is a common and serious challenge.


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 2006-12-29  3m
 
 

Expanding Executive Walk Rounds to Ambulatory Sites


Bringing the CFO to outpatient sites to learn of threats to patient safety.


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 2006-12-07  8m
 
 

Expanding Executive Walk Rounds to Ambulatory Sites


Bringing the CFO to outpatient sites to learn of threats to patient safety.


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 2006-12-07  8m
 
 

What Not to Do After An Adverse Event


The worst thing you can do after an event is run and hide.


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 2006-11-17  6m
 
 

What Not to Do After An Adverse Event


The worst thing you can do after an event is run and hide.


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 2006-11-17  6m
 
 

Missing Info Hinders Primary Care


Physicians report a large fraction of patient visits lack key labs, medication lists, referral letters, etc.


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 2006-11-01  9m
 
 

Missing Info Hinders Primary Care


Physicians report a large fraction of patient visits lack key labs, medication lists, referral letters, etc.


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 2006-11-01  9m
 
 

Knowing the Limits of Expertise


A discussion of imperfection by authors, Malcolm Gladwell and Dr. Atul Gawande.


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 2006-10-18  16m