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Privileging for New Procedures & Technology - From Resource Assessment to Competency Measurement (Paperback) Loot Price: R2,507
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Privileging for New Procedures & Technology - From Resource Assessment to Competency Measurement (Paperback): Jack Cox,...
Privileging for New Procedures & Technology - From Resource Assessment to Competency Measurement (Paperback): Jack Cox,...

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Privileging for New Procedures & Technology - From Resource Assessment to Competency Measurement (Paperback)

Jack Cox, Christine Mobley

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Take a multi-faceted approach to developing standards for assessing new technologies and procedures MSPs and physician leaders must determine how the constant emergence of ground-breaking medical innovations affects privileging and competency assessment. Incorporating new procedures and techniques can shorten patients' length of stay, reduce costs, and limit complications. Not having a process and policy in place for assessing these innovations can jeopardize patient safety and disrupt clinical processes. Collaboration between MSPs and physician leaders is essential to assessing new procedures and technologies Eliminate the risks associated with implementing new procedures, turn to Privileging for New Procedures & Technology: From resource assessment to competency measurement. This book, along with accompanying downloadable tools, will help you develop a process for assessing new technologies and procedures in your facility. It covers many of the operational and cultural problems that surround the issue. As the first comprehensive resource to cover new technology assessment from the perspective of both the MSP and physician leader, issues addressed include: * Developing a standard process for assessing new technologies/procedures * Designing a technology assessment committee and outlining who should be involved in the decision to bring a new technology/procedure to the organization * Identifying privileging criteria and competency monitoring that will be used for physicians using the new technology/procedure * Diffusing turf disputes between specialties regarding ownership of the new technology/procedure * Explaining the MSP's role in bringing new technologies/procedures to the organization Mitigate common challenges and avoid putting your patients at risk With so much new technology coming down the pike, don't rush to implement a procedure or innovation without first developing a strategy for safe implementation. MSPs and physic

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Imprint: Hcpro
Country of origin: United States
Release date: October 2012
First published: September 2012
Authors: Jack Cox • Christine Mobley
Dimensions: 229 x 175 x 10mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 140
ISBN-13: 978-1-60146-943-4
Barcode: 9781601469434
Categories: Promotions
Books > Medicine > General issues > Health systems & services > Hospital administration & management
LSN: 1-60146-943-8

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