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Episode 9  |  22:45 min

Postincident Investigations

Episode 9  |  22:45 min  |  10.08.2019

Postincident Investigations

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This is a podcast episode titled, Postincident Investigations. The summary for this episode is: <p>In this episode, we're talking about postincident investigations, which are a crucial part of a risk and safety program in any healthcare setting. The primary purpose of the initial investigation of an incident or near miss is to collect facts, which the organization will later analyze with the ultimate goal of improving care and services. Thus, thorough investigations are the foundation of efforts to learn from incidents and near misses. Even when an investigation is required (e.g., statute, regulation, an accreditor), aging services providers should optimize the opportunity to learn and improve.</p> <p>When done well, internal incident reporting and initial investigations help to enhance quality and prevent incidents and resulting harm. The facts collected facilitate many postincident response practices. Check out our white paper on <a href= "https://www.ecri.org/landing-incident-investigation-aging-services"> Incident Investigation in Aging Services</a>.</p> <p>Interested in learning more? Contact us at 610.825.6000 or email <a href="mailto:clientservices@ecri.org" target="_blank" rel="noopener">clientservices@ecri.org</a>.</p>

In this episode, we're talking about postincident investigations, which are a crucial part of a risk and safety program in any healthcare setting. The primary purpose of the initial investigation of an incident or near miss is to collect facts, which the organization will later analyze with the ultimate goal of improving care and services. Thus, thorough investigations are the foundation of efforts to learn from incidents and near misses. Even when an investigation is required (e.g., statute, regulation, an accreditor), aging services providers should optimize the opportunity to learn and improve.

When done well, internal incident reporting and initial investigations help to enhance quality and prevent incidents and resulting harm. The facts collected facilitate many postincident response practices. Check out our white paper on Incident Investigation in Aging Services.

Interested in learning more? Contact us at 610.825.6000 or email clientservices@ecri.org.

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