- OVERVIEW AND WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
- AREAS COVERED AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- WHO WILL BENEFIT
Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) is one method hospitals can use to comply with the requirement by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) that they conduct at least one proactive risk assessment of a high-risk process each year.While it is not the only means of satisfying the requirement,Failure Mode Effect Analysis is used to assess the efficacy and efficiency of medical devices.
why should you attend
FMEA is an established and widely used procedure in almost all industries including healthcare. FMEA is not, however, a simple procedure.It is of immense use for the high-risk processes such as programming infusion pumps for intravenous delivery of medications, surgical robots, diagnosing a disease, and performing ER interventions. The entire team has to grasp the fundamentals from start to finish because a cross-functional brainstorming is a requirement.Click to View the Pricing Plan
- The Joint Commission regulations
- FMEA process
- Preparation for FMEA
- Variations in FMEAs
- Team selection and guidance
- Improving team efficiency
- Identifying failure modes
- Identifying system-wide causes
- Severity rating
- Frequency rating
- Detection rating
- Risk mitigation
- FMEA verification
- FMEA procedure at VA hospitals
- Examples at other hospitals
- Learn to eliminate and minimize risks
- Understand the principles of designing a robust process for patient care
- Learn to simplify and standardize a procedure
- Learn how to prevent harm to patients
WHO WILL BENEFIT
- Senior management
- All doctors
- All nurses
- Quality assurance staff
- Patient safety staff
- Risk managers
- Hospital administrators
Dev Raheja, MS,CSP, is an international Risk Management and Quality Assurance consultant for Healthcare, medical device, and aerospace industry for over 25 years. He applies evidence base safety techniques from a variety of industries to healthcare. He is a trainer, author of the books Safer Hospital Care, and Preventing Medical Device Recalls. He shows clients how to come up with elegant solutions using creativity and innovation. He helped a major Midwest company from going out of business to becoming a world leader by eliminating safety mishaps. Prior to becoming a consultant in 1982 he worked at GE Healthcare as Supervisor of Quality Assurance and Manager of Manufacturing, and at Booz-Allen & Hamilton as Risk Management consultant for nuclear and mass transportation industry.
Currently he is an Adjunct Professor at the Florida Tech for its degree in Healthcare Management, and serves on the Patients and Families Advisory Council at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is Associate Editor for Healthcare Safety for the Journal of System Safety, and is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.View all trainings by this speaker
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Benchmark Electronics , ******** Engineer
This was a very informative session, it did help my company by raising awareness in areas we lack policies. The only thing I would suggest get added to the session is direct information relating to Accounting, ex. Taxation rules for record retention as they are some records which a company is required to keep indefinitely.
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Dynamic Marketing Systems, VP Finance & Human Resources
As this was our first experience, we did not know what to expect. I believe the webinar was informative and to the point, and explained to us the purpose of the I-9, and how the company can be affected by an audit. It really motivated us to review our files and bring them up to date.
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