Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Risk management is critical to the practice of anesthesia because of the latter’s inherent risks that can lead to medication errors. To understand and reduce risks, anesthesia specialists implement risk management, which refers to the systematic process of determining, analyzing, and controlling real or potential risks and their organizational implications.
Numerous models are used for managing said risks; however, bow-tie analysis appears to be one of the most advantageous for anesthesia. It includes diverse factors that shape risks. Furthermore, it’s widely adopted by industries demanding a high degree of reliability, such as engineering and aviation.
Bow-tie analysis in healthcare finds three critical uses for anesthesia specialists in Northern California. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2wIwO62