1/17/13 #RNChat via Twitter We encourage transparency in the Health Care process between patients and providers. Why do we do a poor job of disclosure of medication errors?
Several questions come to mind after tonight’s Tweet Chat:
- How do we turn reporting of med errors into a non-punitive action?
- Is anyone familiar with non-punitive processes for reporting?
I would love to hear what processes you have encountered that would ENCOURAGE reporting of medication errors.
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