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Medical Improv Activity for Enhancing Root Cause Analyses

As this experiential teaching method grows in popularity, I’m getting more feedback and experience teaching with it.  This video, originally part of a grass roots effort to address interruptions about shows the activity (“Overload”*) and is proving to be even … Continue reading

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Who are the Experts Who Write for Confident Voices in Healthcare Blog? Meet RCA Specialist, Bob Latino

Confident Voices in Healthcare Blog is gaining a solid reputation for honest, timely, and helpful posts addressing problems and solutions in healthcare.  In the last two weeks, it has made “Top 45” (by Concorde Career Colleges) and “Top 30” (by Best … Continue reading

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Six Reasons Why RCA Efforts Fail

by Robert J. Latino, CEO of Reliability Center Inc. In previous posts (RCA has a Public Relations Problem and Common RCA Shortcuts & Outcomes)I’ve described why providers may take short cuts in doing an RCA and what common shortcuts are.   Sure, we … Continue reading

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