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by Lawrence Marks,Bhishamjit Chera,Robert Adams,Lukasz Mazur

ePub Engineering Patient Safety in Radiation Oncology: University of North Carolina’s  Pursuit for High Reliability and Value Creation download
Author:
Lawrence Marks,Bhishamjit Chera,Robert Adams,Lukasz Mazur
ISBN13:
978-1482233643
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1482233649
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Productivity Press; 1 edition (April 1, 2015)
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Requiring no prior knowledge of high reliability and value creation, the book is divided into two parts.

It portrays the authors' efforts at the University of North Carolina to address the challenges of keeping patients safe while continuously improving care delivery processes. Requiring no prior knowledge of high reliability and value creation, the book is divided into two parts.

Lawrence Marks, Lukasz Mazur, Bhishamjit Chera, Robert Adams. The new textbook Engineering Patient Safety in Radiation Oncology by Marks and Mazur is a very interesting textbook that covers key aspects of safety for radiation medicine professionals. Section I, chapters 1-3, sets the scene with background on radiation oncology and a detailed discussion of high reliability organizations. Section II, chapters 4-8, begins with an in-depth presentation of change management at the organizational, workplace, and people levels.

The new textbook Engineering Patient Safety in Radiation Oncology by Marks and Mazur is a very interesting textbook that covers key aspects of safety for radiation medicine professionals.

ByLawrence Marks, Lukasz Mazur, Bhishamjit Chera, Robert Adams. Marks, . Mazur, . Chera, . Adams, R. (2015)

ByLawrence Marks, Lukasz Mazur, Bhishamjit Chera, Robert Adams. First Published 2015. (2015). Engineering Patient Safety in Radiation Oncology. Because radiation is a central curative and palliative therapy for many patients, it is essential to have safe and efficient systems for planning and delivering radiation therapy.

The grand challenge for radiation oncology centers is to develop highly reliable systems and deliver value to. .

The grand challenge for radiation oncology centers is to develop highly reliable systems and deliver value to every patient. This book is about the pathway of getting there. In a world of limited time and resources, any waste within the system serves as a distraction and as a hindrance to reliability and quality. The book describes proven concepts and examples that are borrowed from high reliability and value creation organizations to guide radiation oncology centers towards achieving their patient safety and quality goals.

Subtitle University of North Carolina’s Pursuit for High Reliability and Value Creation. eISBN13: 9781482233650.

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Engineering Patient Safety in Radiation Oncology describes proven concepts and examples, borrowed from organizations known for high reliability and value creation, to guide radiation oncology centers towards achieving patient safety and quality goals

Engineering Patient Safety in Radiation Oncology describes proven concepts and examples, borrowed from organizations known for high reliability and value creation, to guide radiation oncology centers towards achieving patient safety and quality goals.

Engineering Patient Safety in Radiation Oncology : University of North Carolina's Pursuit for Patient Safety.

Because radiation is a central curative and palliative therapy for many patients, it is essential to have safe and efficient systems for planning and delivering radiation therapy. Factors such as rapid technological advances, financial reorganization, an aging population, and evolving societal expectations, however, may be compromising our ability to deliver highly reliable and efficient care.Engineering Patient Safety in Radiation Oncology describes proven concepts and examples, borrowed from organizations known for high reliability and value creation, to guide radiation oncology centers towards achieving patient safety and quality goals. It portrays the authors’ efforts at the University of North Carolina to address the challenges of keeping patients safe while continuously improving care delivery processes.

Reviews past and current challenges of patient safety issues within radiation oncology Provides an overview of best practices from high reliability organizations Explains how to optimize workplaces and work processes to minimize human error Offers methods for engaging and respecting people during their transition to safety mindfulness

Requiring no prior knowledge of high reliability and value creation, the book is divided into two parts. Part one introduces the basic concepts, methods, and tools that underlie the authors’ approach to high reliability and value creation. In addition, it provides an overview of key safety challenges within radiation oncology. In part two, the authors supply an in-depth account of their journey to high reliability and value creation at the University of North Carolina.