2 edition of Managing medical/legal risk found in the catalog.
Managing medical/legal risk
|Contributions||Canadian Institute (1985- )|
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|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Rather it is intended to provide general risk management information only. Legal or medical advice should be obtained from qualified counsel to address specific facts and circumstances and to ensure compliance with applicable laws and standards. Without the legal jargon, this means that bloggers and social media users must disclose their relationship with a company when they are being paid or otherwise compensated by the company to comment favorably on its products or services. We cover these requirements in the section on Publishing Product or Service Endorsements.
• Understand varying problems from a risk management standpoint that can impact a pharmacist in a management position • Appreciate varying problem solving techniques and processes; and their applications to pharmacy management situations • Appreciate the origins, key elements and applicability of continuous quality improvement (CQI). Risk management is the process of identifying potential threats that could severely damage or completely ruin an organization and taking action to reduce those risks. The increased complexity of healthcare organizations has broadened the scope and importance of risk management as a tool in achieving patient outcomes and financial goals.
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