Discussion: Clinical Errors

The Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP) is a national quality partnership of organizations interested in improving surgical care by significantly reducing surgical complications. Partners in SCIP believe that a meaningful reduction in surgical complications depends on surgeons, anesthesiologists, perioperative nurses, pharmacists, infection control professionals, and hospital executives working together to intensify their commitment to making surgical care improvement a priority. If you were the administrator in charge of reducing errors related to surgery, what strategies would you implement that enable the different professionals (i.e., surgeons, anesthesiologists, preoperative nurses, pharmacists, infection control professionals, and hospital executives) to receive training? What kind of training and development activities would you implement to change the culture of the hospital in regard to reducing patient care errors? What other HRM activities could be impacted by the training and collaboration?

Requirements: 600 plus wordsThe discussions provide students with an opportunity to address critical issues related to the role
of the healthcare administrator through the analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of various topics.
The student will complete 4 Discussions in this course. The student will post one thread of at
least 600 words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday of the assigned Module: Week. The student
must then post 2 replies of at least 450 words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of the assigned
Module: Week. For each thread, the student must support his/her assertions with at least 3
scholarly citations in APA format. Each reply must incorporate at least 3 scholarly citation(s) in
APA format. Any sources cited must have been published within the last five years. In addition,
the student must integrate a minimum of 2 citations of scriptural support as well as the course
textbook in each post/reply.

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