By Wiley W. Souba; Mitchell P. Fink; Gregory J. Jurkovich; Larry R. Kaiser; William H. Pearce; John H. Pemberton; Nathaniel J. Soper
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A systems error is an error that is not the result of an individual’s actions but the predictable outcome of a series of actions and factors that make up a diagnostic or treatment process. © 2003 WebMD Inc. All rights reserved. CP Elements of Contemporary Practice reporting system. To some, that the rate of adverse events was lower in the Colorado/Utah study than in the HMPS suggests that safety is improving. 38 Even if one accepts the more conservative estimates of error frequency, the aggregate number of fatal medical errors far exceeds that of more publicized nonmedical disasters.
An unpreventable adverse event is an adverse event resulting from a complication that cannot be prevented given the current state of knowledge. A near miss is an event or situation that could have resulted in accident, injury, or illness but did not, either by chance or through timely intervention. A medical error is an adverse event or near miss that is preventable with the current state of medical knowledge. A system is a regularly interacting or interdependent group of items forming a unified whole.
Moreover, because process measures generally target aspects of general perioperative care, they can often be applied to patients who are undergoing numerous different procedures, thereby increasing sample sizes and, ultimately, improving the precision of the measurements. LIMITATIONS At present, a major limitation of process measures is the lack of a reliable data infrastructure. Administrative datasets do not have the clinical detail and specificity required for close evaluation of processes of care.
ACS Surgery: Principles & Practice 2005 edition by Wiley W. Souba; Mitchell P. Fink; Gregory J. Jurkovich; Larry R. Kaiser; William H. Pearce; John H. Pemberton; Nathaniel J. Soper