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Chapter 01

PRIORITY FOCUS ON PATIENT SAFETY AND QUALITY OF CARE

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Nurses play a major role in coordinating care with the inter-professional team to promote? safe, quality care.
The Joint Commission (TJC)? requires that health care organizations create a culture of SAFETY and encourage patients and families to become safety partners in protecting patients from harm.
National Patient Safety Goals (NPSGs)? address high-risk issues such as drug administration, fall reduction, pressure ulcer prevention, infection prevention, and communication among health care team members.
Sentinel events are a severe variation in the standard of care caused by? human or system error and results in an avoidable patient death or major harm and are always reported.
Created by: lisallisa