The following National Patient Safety Goals Training for Hospital is designed to educate healthcare providers (HCP) on how to improve compliance with National Patient Safety Goals.
What you will learn:
- Goal 1 compliance: improving the accuracy of patient identification
- Goal 2 compliance: improving the effectiveness of communication among caregivers
- Goal 3 compliance: improving the safety of using medications
- Goal 4 compliance: reducing the likelihood of patient harm associated with the use of anticoagulant therapy
- Introduction to reconciling medication information
- Goal 5 compliance: maintaining and communicating accurate patient information
- Goal 6 compliance: reducing patient harm associated with clinical alarm systems
- Goal 7 compliance: reducing the risk of healthcare-associated infections
- Goal 15 compliance: identifying safety risks inherent in the patient population
- Universal protocol for preventing wrong site, wrong procedure, and wrong person surgery
Once completed, you will receive a certificate of completion to verify you have finished the training. Course length: 1 hour.
The information contained in these trainings was derived from publications of The Joint Commission, OSHA, OCR, FDA, CDC, NIAID, ATSDR, HHS or WHO (Government Sourced Material). None of the planners, authors or instructors for this activity have any relevant financial relationships to disclose. The Government Sourced Material used by AMC is available for no charge on their associated websites. The use of the Government Sourced Material by AMC does not imply endorsement or recommendation by The Joint Commission, OSHA, OCR, FDA, CDC, NIAID, ATSDR, HHS or WHO or by the United States Government, of AMC, its enterprise, its facility, its services or its products. © 2023 American Medical Compliance, no copyright claimed in Government Sourced Material. If you are not completely satisfied with this course within 30 days you will receive a full refund.