RCAs – A key part of patient safety work

March 27, 2013    |   By: Calevir

Root Cause Analysis is a key part of patient safety work.     Think Reliability offers periodic FREE webinars that examine aspects of this critical discipline, usually through discussion of a great example.   A recent program discussed the interrelationship between process maps (that flow from start to finish) and RCA’s (which flow from the finish to the start).   The company offers its excel-based RCA tool free on its website if you register at www.thinkreliability.com, where you can also get information on upcoming webinars.

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