High-Reliability in Healthcare

Gold
2nd October 2013

Near Misses are the Gold Dust of Patient Safety

It has been said “near misses are the gold dust of patient safety.”

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High Reliability
2nd September 2013

Responding to System Failures – Picking up the Pieces and Prevention

The fifth characteristic of high reliability organizations (HROs) is Resilience – leaders and staff responding when systems fail, collaborating to overcome

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Nurse And Child
13th August 2013

Lessons learned from the National Advisory Group Report

The National Advisory Group on the Safety of Patients in England was commissioned to formulate recommendations for improvements in safety

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Medical Staff
31st July 2013

Trust, Reliance and Listening to the People in the White Space

The fourth characteristic of high reliability organizations is Deference to Expertise – leaders listening to, and seeking advice from, frontline staff

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Trumping Complacency
8th July 2013

Preoccupation with Failure – Trumping Complacency

​The third defining characteristic of high reliability organisations is a tenacious single mindedness when predicting and eliminating harm.

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Surgeon Wire
7th June 2013

Reluctance to Simplify – Delving Deeply for Integrity’s Sake

The second characteristic that defines high reliability organizations is the Reluctance to Simplify

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