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Discussion: Culture of Accountability HCA 675

Discussion: Culture of Accountability HCA 675

Discussion: Culture of Accountability HCA 675

What are the distinctions you see between a culture of accountability, in which people are held accountable for their mistakes, and the Just Culture approach, in which mistakes are not punished but are viewed as ways of learning? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?

Week 4 Discussion 2 of HCA 675 Grand Canyon

What are the risks of disclosing errors in an open culture in order to be transparent with patients and families? What are the dangers of covering up mistakes and errors?

Week 4 Assignment for HCA 675 Grand Canyon

Paper on the Care Process

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Access the Hospital Compare website (.hospitalcompare.hhs.gov/”>www.Hospitalcompare.hhs.gov) and select a local hospital.

Discussion Culture of Accountability HCA 675
Discussion Culture of Accountability HCA 675

Examine the hospital’s publicly reported Process of Care indicators.

Write a 1,000-1,200 word paper comparing how the selected hospital performs on these indicators to two of its competitors. Include your thoughts on the benefits and drawbacks of making these data sets public.

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