6 edition of Health Facilities Risk Management found in the catalog.
November 13, 2003
by Aspen Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Jo Gulledge (Editor), Shawn Beard (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1258|
The computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) used by the health care facility may drive the asset data used in determining risk. Ideally, a risk assessment model leverages two unique data sources to quantify risk: data relating to the asset classification or asset group, and data unique to the individual asset. This chapter also describes the subprocesses for risk management due to the use of technology, is considered the techno surveillance, reporting and evaluation of adverse events, infection control, occupational health, metrological verification, waste management, disaster mitigation, and participation in the ethics committee.
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services within those organizations. Healthcare management provides significant rewards and personal satisfaction for those who want to make a difference in the lives of others. This chapter gives a comprehensive overview of healthcare management as a profession. Understanding the roles, responsibilities, and functions carried out by healthcare File Size: KB. Risk management involves the application of general management concepts to a specialized area. It is a process that uses human, financial and phy sical resources.
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Risk Management Handbook for Health Care Facilities Paperback – September 1, by Linda Marie Harpster (Author), Margaret S. Veach (Author)Cited by: 2. This comprehensive textbook provides a complete introduction to risk management in health care.
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Individual facilities managers and estate managers in all sizes of companies should benefit from this book. But so, also, will independent suppliers, architects, surveyors, lawyers, space planners, human resources staff and building services engineers who.
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Meanwhile the HSE developed an Integrated Quality, Safety and Risk Management Framework(). The next step is to plan your risk management. Risk assessments – they may not be the most exciting aspect of risk management, but they do ensure you fully consider the possible risks of facilities management for each site.
You can find examples of risk assessments on the Health and Safety Executive website. Next, find solutions that work for. Risk Communication Package For Healthcare Facilities This package provides healthcare facility management and healthcare workerswith an overview of the key actions required to keepsafe and healthy in the workplace.
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