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Residency and Fellow Participation in Root Cause and Intensive Analysis 2015-16
Obstetrics and Gynecology Faculty Publications
  • Kelly A. Rabah, Wright State University
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The purpose of this document is to familiarize you with two processes that help with quality improvement known as a root cause analysis and an intensive analysis. Further, to explain your role in the process and the importance of your active participation. Objectives: • To understand the difference between a root cause and intensive analysis and be able to articulate when each would be appropriate. • To learn about the importance of patient safety and quality through participation in these processes. • To gain appreciation and insight into the importance of your role in examining medical and system errors as it relates to quality improvement and Just Culture. • To contribute to improving quality, safety, and systemic processes through and collaborative engagement with BSOM and Premier Health.
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Kelly A. Rabah. "Residency and Fellow Participation in Root Cause and Intensive Analysis 2015-16" (2016)
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