By definition, the reduction of errors and improvement of safety will lower costs.
What does RE stand for?
RE stands for Reduction of Error (statistics)
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We have 45 other meanings of RE in our Acronym Attic
- Railroad Easement
- Rare Earth (chemistry)
- Real Estate
- Reasonable Efforts
- Receive Element
- Recovery Environment (Microsoft)
- Recursively Enumerable (formal language theory/recursion theory/computability theory)
- Recycle Acid
Samples in periodicals archive:
amp; Reduction of Error Fund, (l/4/2011)-PA CASE FACTS: Elise Lyon, a psychiatric unit patient (Patient), filed a claim against Polyclinic Medical Center (Hospital) following an injury Patient allegedly suffered at the hands of another of Hospital's patients, Travis Zang (Zang).
The bill would amend Act 13 of 2002, the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Act, or MCare, by freezing primary medical malpractice insurance limits for seven years and by adjusting the formula for determining the assessment by which MCare is funded.
It can also replay the process continuously for more effective employee training and significant reduction of errors during the artificial insemination process.
High quality and an efficient transcription process can have tremendous impact on cash flows, management costs, the reduction of errors and physician satisfaction.
Measure pre- and post-implementation levels of medication errors Potential metrics include error reduction, workflow efficiency, turnaround time of medication ordering and reduction of errors in radiology orders.
According to Joseph Ho, chief information officer at CGMH, the reduction of errors related to oral confirmation and manual entries of patient, medication and specimen ID data, as well as standard operating procedure compliance and real-time exception alerts, are major advantages of the system implementation.
12 deadline to apply for abatement of their 2006 Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Fund (Mcare) assessment.