The Joint Commission Urges Health Care Organizations to Focus on Achieving High Reliability

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This article summarizes an article published in the April 2011 issue of Health Affairs written by Dr. Mark Chassin, president, and Dr. Jerod Loeb, executive vice president, Health Care Quality Evaluation, both of The Joint Commission. Chassin and Loeb conclude that the U.S. health care industry has the ability to achieve and sustain consistent excellence in safety and quality. To achieve high reliability in health care, organizations need three components: leadership, safety culture, and Robust Process Improvement.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2011

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