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Copy of Joint Commission International Patient Safety Goals and Stan

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Transcript of Copy of Joint Commission International Patient Safety Goals and Stan

IPSG
IPSG.1: Identify patients correctly
IPSG.2:
Improve Effective Communication
IPSG.3:Improve Safety of High Alert Medication
IPSG.4:Ensure Correct-Site, Correct-Procedure, Correct-Patient Surgery
IPSG.5:Reduce the Risk of Health Care–Associated Infections
IPSG.6:Reduce the Risk of Patient Harm Resulting from Falls
Safeguards to Reduce Communication Medication Errors
A.
Avoid using verbal orders whenever possible ,limited to urgent situation .

B.
VO should contain:
1.Medication Name & Dose.
2.Rout and Time of Administration.
3.Rate of administration (if applicable).
4.Name of perscriber and telephone number.
C.
Drug Name should be confirmed either by:
Spelling / both brand and generic name/indication for use.



Prescription or medication orders communicated a
s:
Orally Spoken
as
face to face
,
telephone
or
auditory device
.
Contents
IPSG.2: Improve Effective Communication
verbal or telephone medication orders
prohibited abbreviations.
IPSG.2:Improve Effective Communication
1. Different accents and pronounciations
Erythromycin

Vs.
Azithromycin
.


Joint Commission International (JCI)
Mission :
improve quality and safety of health care in the international community.
Offer a standard based objective process to evaluate their Health care organizations.
IPSG.2:Improve Effective Communication
IPSG.2:Improve Effective Communication
1.Verbal or telephone medication orders
2.Prohibited Abbreviation
Verbal or Telephone Medication Orders
1. Prescriber:
give complete order using : generic/brand name, dose, route and frequency.
2.Receiver:
Write down the complete telephone or verbal order/enter in computer and read back .
3.Prescriber:
Confirm read back information
accuracy.
Telephone order(TO) : sign within 24 Hours
Verbal order(VO):sign before leaving the area.
4.Receiver:

document your and prscriber identity information , sign , date and note time of order.
Joint Commission International Patient Safety Goals & Standards
PSMMC
KSU/Collage of Pharmacy
13-8-2014

PharmD. Intern:
Waad Musfer AlGhamdi

Standard 5 : Preparing and dispensing
Accreditation:
assess the quality using International standards
Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
Standard:
The hospital develops and implements a process to improve the effectiveness of verbal and/or telephone communication among caregivers
Effective communication :
which is timely, accurate, complete , and understood by the recipient, reduces errors and results in improved patient safety.
Types of Communication :
Electronic
verbal (VO),
most prone to error.
Telephone (TO)
, most prone to error.
or written patient care orders.
2. Background noise , interruptions and unfamiliar drug names.
Verbal or Telephone Medication Orders
Prohibited Abbreviation
One of the most common but preventable cause of ME .
Some abbreviations, dose, or symbol designations are frequently misinterpreted leading to :
Patient harm
Delay the start of therapy
Waste time in clarifications (1,2).
1: Organization and Management .
2: Selection and Recruitment.
3:Storage
4:Ordering and Transcribing
5:Preparing and Dispensing
6:Medication Administration
7:Monitoring
Preparing and Dispensing of Medication in PSMMC
Medication will be dispensed according to a complete and appropriate order written by authorized medical staff.
Before dispensing, removal from floor stock or Pyxis , review all prescriptions or medication orders.
In urgent situations, medications are removed from the Pyxis without pharmacist's review.
All medications prepared in the hospital must be clearly and correctly labeled.
Auxillary lables should be attached , and does not cover the instruction part.
Medications to be dispensed in clean containers.
Prepackage bulk medications in unit-dose packaging ,if not available from the manufacturer.
Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
Institute of safe medication practice (ISMP) www.ismp.org

Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
Institute of safe medication practice (ISMP) www.ismp.org

1.Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
2.Institute of safe medication practice (ISMP) www.ismp.org

The Joint Commission Official Do Not Use List of abbreviation
1.Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
2.Institute of safe medication practice (ISMP) www.ismp.org

1.Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
2.Institute of safe medication practice (ISMP) www.ismp.org

1.Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).

1.Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
2.Institute of safe medication practice (ISMP) www.ismp.org


1.Joint Commission International Accreditation Standards for Hospitals 5th Edition (2014).
2.Institute of safe medication practice (ISMP) www.ismp.org
3.PSMMC Hospital Wide Policy and Procedure ; Medication Management and Use.
References
Thank you for your Attention
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