PATIENTS RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Four Components of Quality Patient Care
- Quality Assurance - focus on the patients direct hands on care. Programs, policies, procedures and practices being followed allow our staff to perform their duties at the highest standards possible.
- Risk Management - focus on the potential/real risk and prevents negative actions. Examining programs, policies, procedures or practices to ensure our patients, staff, contractors or finances are not at risk for any negative outcomes.
- Compliance - focus on following the state and/or federal regulations in all our practices. Following set policies and procedures, which reflect the regulations that require us to provide proof of our compliance.
- Performance Improvement - focus on how well we provide care and uphold the standards/ regulations set forth by law. Providing quality of care as a team, to our patients. If one team member fails, the team loses and most of all the patient feels the effect immediately. We are only as strong as our weakest link.
Patients Rights and Responsibilities [05/10-PDF-326KB]
LCDR Darla McCloskey,
IOP/Risk Management Director
Phone: (402) 878-2231 Ext. 2009