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Quality Indicators

Quality Indicators: The most important quality indicators that are regularly measured or assessed at DSFH are as follows:

Measures related to clinical areas, including:
•    Patient Assessments.
•    Laboratory Services.
•    Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Services.
•    Surgical Procedures.
•    Antibiotic and other medication use.
•    Medication errors and near misses.
•    Anesthesia and Sedation use.
•    Use of Blood and Blood Products.
•    Availability, content, and use of Patient Records.
•    Infection prevention and control, surveillance, and reporting, and clinical research.

Measures related to managerial areas, including:
•    The procurement of routinely required supplies and medication essential to meet patient needs.
•    Reporting of activities as required by laws and regulations.
•    Risk management.
•    Utilization management.
•    Patient and family expectations and satisfaction.
•    Staff expectations and satisfaction.
•    Patient demographics and clinical diagnoses.
•    Financial management, and prevention and control of events that jeopardize the safety of patients, families, and staff.

Measures for each of the International Patient Safety Goals:
•    Identify patients correctly.
•    Improve effective communication.
•    Improve the Safety of High Alert Medications.
•    Ensure Correct-Site, Correct Procedure, Correct Patient Surgery.
•    Reduce the Risk of Health Care-Associated Infections.
•    Reduce the Risk of Patient Harm Resulting from Falls.

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