Risk in healthcare is a shared responsibility, from a patient's bedside to a seat at the boardroom table. S...
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As all of England transitions to an ICS framework, it's important for organisations to adopt systems and tools that allow providers to identify themes and trends and share areas for improvement.
In a world of ever-increasing complexity, too often the tools we use only further complicate our working lives.
On 5th December, The Minister for Health in Ireland published a new patient safety bill that will regulate many important measures related to safety initiatives.
Under increasing pressure to ensure that safety practices are the best they can be, how can DCIQ transform the way your organisation operates and delivers the highest quality care?
As a global patient safety software provider, RLDatix knows that ensuring the best safety practices and standards in healthcare can be a challenging (and sometimes painful) task.
Risk in healthcare is a shared responsibility, from a patient's bedside to a seat at the boardroom table. So why do we associate the responsibility of risk primarily with the risk management departmen
Yesterday, Patient Safety Learning was launched at an event in London. With almost 100 attendees spanning all areas across the healthcare sector...
First, we are presuming your organisation needs patient safety software. If this is a lingering question for your executive team, then let’s address that first.
Despite countless advancements made over decades of technological and medical innovation, healthcare providers continue to grapple with some core issues
One of the most essential aspects of a healthcare organisation is the way in which its caregivers communicate with their patients.
In recent months, I’ve been working with colleagues to set up a new patient safety organisation.
On the 13th November we held the bi-annual RLDatix Patient Safety Conference at the iconic Royal College of Physicians. The theme of the conference was ‘Data into actions and insights'
Over the past decade, healthcare has taken many notes from the aviation industry, including the importance of checklists, cyclical processing, evaluation of safety events
In 2012, the Office of the Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services published a little-known report...
As healthcare organisations continue to grow and expand their services, so does the probability that medical errors and patient safety events might occur.
With the increasing amount of mobile technology being deployed into the UK workforce in a bid to make processes and people operate as effectively and efficiently as possible
"What does ""Cloud technology"" really mean and what are its benefits?"
While healthcare providers' goal is to improve and maintain the health, safety, and satisfaction of the patients they treat, the scope and severity of their needs differ greatly.