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Improving the culture of safety in our health care institutions is an essential component of preventing or reducing errors as well as improving overall health care quality. This book presents the clinically tested Myer's Patient Safety Model for health care system leaders, middle managers, and administrators to build their patient safety program and to help sustain, renew, or obtain accreditation.

The author provides detailed explanations of why medical errors still occur in accredited hospitals, and provides the much needed organization-wide steps to prevent these errors and enhance patient safety for improved outcomes. Current patient safety challenges are discussed with an emphasis on the concept of reliability. The Myers Model is examined in detail, along with current evidence for its three interrelated levels of organizational structure-the leadership (system) level, the unit (microsystem) level, and the individual level. The text includes interviews about key aspects of patient safety with three leaders of major health care accreditation programs in the U.S., Canada, and Australia. Additionally, it provides an overview of reporting systems within the U.S. and covers two essential tools for patient safety-root cause analysis and failure mode and effect analysis. The book links all aspects of patient safety with accreditation standards at the national level, and also discusses efforts to globalize accreditation criteria and procedures.

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  • Presents a clinically tested model for building a patient safety program and helping to sustain, renew, or obtain accreditation
  • Provides tools for use in ensuring patient safety and accreditation, including root cause analysis and failure mode and effect analysis
  • Discusses how aggregate data inform patient safety documentation and accreditation through integrated perspectives
  • Offers a global view of accreditation and patient safety
  • Includes techniques to improve communication among members of health care teams

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Sharon Ann Myers, MSN, MBA, is Director Quality Management (QM) and Patient Safety (PS), King Khalid National Guard Hospital, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She has since implemented QM and PS at 4 National Guard hospitals in 3 regions while administrating risk management, utilisation management, JCI accreditation, education and special education programs. In addition, she is Senior Consultant to the Makkah Region Quality Program and Consultant to the Central Board Accreditation of Healthcare Institutions, Saudi Arabia. Previous positions include Assistant Director of Nursing/CNS, Johns Hopkins University Continuing Care Center (a 280-bed facility), where she led the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organisations (JCAHO) accreditation effort. She was Quality Assessment Director/Education Coordinator in hospitals in Saudi Arabia (where she led 12 teams through JCI accreditation process), Clinical Educator, Nurse Clinician and Supervisor, Head Nurse, and Captain (w/3 duty tours for the USAF). She has published in the peer reviewed literature, has authored 4 self-learning modules for RN Continuing Education, is international publications content reviewer for HCPro in patient safety, and author of Global Education, Stay Ready: Tools to Maintain JCI Accreditation (HCPro). She is a Fellow in American College of Healthcare Executives, Fellow American Institute Quality, Certified Professional Healthcare Quality Manager, and Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Manager. She is a member of: ISQUA (International Society for Quality in Healthcare), NAHQ (National Association Healthcare Quality), ASHRM (American Society Healthcare Risk Management), and AONE (American Organisation of Nurse Executives).

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