December 10, 2008 | Mark Paradies

Increased Avoidable Deaths in Australian Hospitals is Subject of Story…

An article in the Daily Telegraph said:

The report said a major theme in unexpected deaths and serious incidents – listed in the reports as root cause analysis (RCAs) – was ‘delay in recognition and management of the patient.’

The article delves into a 20% increase in the number of avoidable deaths at western Sydney hospitals.

Perhaps they need advanced root cause analysis?

Hospital performance improvement personnel should attend one of our TapRooT® Courses in Australia.

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