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Medical simulations identify potential problems before they can pose a real threat

Madison, Wis. As the medical business struggles with the problems of clinical risks and litigation, one emerging method for dealing with potential problems is through the use of war-game exercises, in which scenarios that could last for several chaotic days in the real world can be simulated in the course of hours and allow for systemic problems to be identified and dealt with before they ......

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"You learn mostly from doing the scenario itself," Chaiken said "For example, one thing you learn is not to make things up. You have to tell the truth. You have to say "we're investigating, we're not sure, those are only rumors. We have not had contact wit the family, we are trying to contact them as we ......

Full article >>> ut individual blame, where the setup didn't really allow for individual finger-pointing. Dr. Arthur Border, chairman of the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians, participated in such a game in September of 2004. The game involved a diabetic being transferred from his physician's office to the emergency room with......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Eric Kleefeld 06/15/05


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