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Fibuch E, Ahmed A. Physician Exec. Jul-Aug 2014;40:28-32.
Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) has been recommended as a method to detect safety hazards and proactively address system flaws. This article reviews the initial purpose of FMEA, provides a breakdown of the process, describes a scoring tool applying Six Sigma designations to determine probability of failure, and discusses how FMEA is used in health care settings.
Galli BJ, Riebling N, Paraso C, Lehmann G, Yule M. Patient Saf Qual Healthc. July/August 2013;10:36-41.
Journal Article > Commentary
Grout JR, Toussaint JS. Bus Horiz. 2010;53:149-156.
This commentary describes two concepts grounded in lean manufacturing and human factors science—stopping the line and the forcing function. The authors present methods to implement these strategies to drive improvement and reduce error in health care.
Journal Article > Study
Designing and implementing a comprehensive quality and patient safety management model: a paradigm for perioperative improvement.
Herzer KR, Mark LJ, Michelson JD, Saletnik LA, Lundquist CA. J Patient Saf. 2008;4:84-92.