3. Why Patient safety Goals
1. To promote specific improvements in
2. To highlight problematic areas in
health care and describe evidence- and
expert-based consensus solutions to
4. List of Goals.
Goal 1: Identify Patients Correctly.
Goal 2: Improve Effective Communication.
Goal 3: Improve the Safety of High-Alert Medications.
Goal 4: Ensure Correct-Site, Correct-Procedure,
Goal 5: Reduce the Risk of Health Care–Associated
Goal 6: Reduce the Risk of Patient Harm Resulting
5. Goal 1: Identify Patients
Using at least two (2) ways to identify a patient.
1. Patient full Name “ ask the patient’s what’s your name”
2. patient medical record number ( MRN).
The patient's room number and location cannot be used
to identify the patient.
Patients are identified when:
1.Giving medicines, blood or blood products.
2.Taking blood samples and other specimens for
3.Providing any other treatments or procedures.
7. verbal and telephone
• The Receiver does the Following:
Document the order immediately on the Physician
order sheet ( Including date and time , Physician
name & pager no. ) .
• Telephone Communication:-
9. The Receiver does the Following:
Document the order immediately on the
Physician order sheet ( Including date and time ,
Physician name & pager no. ) .
CALL ANOTHER STAFF TO REPEATS
THE ORDER TO THE DOTOR THEN
11. High-alert medications
are those medications
involved in a high
percentage of errors
and/or sentinel events,
medications that carry a
higher risk for adverse
outcomes, as well as
18. Goal 6: Reduce the Risk of Patient Harm
Resulting from Falls.
Fall unexpected change in
position that causes person to
land on an object on the floor or
other lower level ( witnessed),
or is reported to have landed on
the ground ( unwitnessed).
All patients should be assessed
on Admission TIME.
Whenever changes in patients
Whenever a fall occurs.
Whenever being transfer to
Using Morse Fall Scale (Adult),
and Little Schimdy ( 0-12). Of age
20. THERE IS 3 LOGO OF FALL:
GREEN ( 0 – 24 )
YELLOW ( 25 – 44 )
RED ( 45 AND HIGH)
Preventive Interventions through:
1. Communication .