Integrating Quality, Safety and Risk Management Systems

Integrating Quality Management System, Safety Management System, and Risk Management System

Quality Management System and Risk Management System shall be integrated = Quality and Risk Management System
 
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“Quality” will subsume “Safety” if not otherwise specified.  If specified, Quality Management System and Safety Management System shall be integrated = Quality and Safety Management System.
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“Risk” will subsume “Safety” if not otherwise specified.  If specified, Risk Management System and Safety Management System shall be integrated = Risk and Safety Management System or Safety and Risk Management System.

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Risk Management Policy – statement of the overall intentions and direction of an organization related to risk management.

To always use risk-based thinking and processes in planing and deciding all activities in the hospital so as to minimize negative effects and to maximize positive effects on accomplishment of objectives.

This policy shall be realized through:

  • Understanding the potential risks on quality and safe health care services, products, facility,  environment and business development;
  • Complying with all statutory and regulatory requirements on risk management;
  • Designing a structured, comprehensive, integrated, effective and efficient risk management system;
  • Providing adequate resources and highly competent staff to support the implementation of the management system;
  • Regularly evaluating and reviewing the results of implementation of the management system;
  • Continually improving the management system with innovations.
Quality and Safety Policy– statement of the overall intentions and direction of an organization related to quality and safe management.

To continuously provide quality and safe health care services, products, facility and environment to all our stakeholders (communities, families, patients, workforce and partners).

This policy shall be realized through:

  • Understanding the expectations of our stakeholders on quality and safe health care services, products, facility and environment;
  • Complying with all statutory and regulatory requirements;
  • Designing effective and efficient quality and safe management systems
  • Providing adequate resources and highly competent staff to support the implementation of the management system;
  • Regularly evaluating and reviewing the results of implementation of the management system;
  • Continually improving the management system with innovations.

ROJ@18jan28

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