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Dr. Arvind Lal

Managing Director, Dr Lal PathLabs

Dr. Kirti Chadha

Chief Scientific Officer, Metropolis Healthcare Ltd

Dr. Sudarshan Ballal

Chairman, Medical Advisory Board and Medical Director, Manipal Hospitals

Dr. Anupam Sibal

Group Medical Director, Apollo Hospitals Group

Dr. Sohini Sengupta

Medical Laboratory Director, Redcliffe Labs

Dr. Ashok Kumar Moharana

Chief Medical Officer, Healthium Medtech

Team Charnock

Charnock Hospital, Kolkata

Mr. Daljit Singh

Past President, NATHEALTH & Former President, Fortis Healthcare

Dr. Sujoy Adhikary

Medical Superintendent, GD Hospital & Diabetes Institute

Expert Blogs

Self-Diagnosis, Self-Medication and Patient Safety

Self-diagnosis and self-medication are risky practices that can have serious consequences on patient safety. Self-diagnosis is usually done through online resources, medical books, or personal experience. Self-medication is a global phenomenon involves using over-the-counter drugs or prescription drugs without a valid prescription with one's own initiative, or on the advice of another person, without consulting a doctor.

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The Key Pathways to Patient Safety in India

The Significance of Patient Safety in India's Healthcare Landscape India's primary healthcare network is critical in shaping its socio-economic development. However, the healthcare delivery system in India faces numerous challenges, and one often overlooked issue is patient safety. With disparities between public and private healthcare settings, standardizing care can seem daunting.

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Patient Care is a key aspect of providing quality healthcare at CMRI

More than just making the patient happy is necessary to have a pleasant patient experience. Equally crucial to the patient experience is ensuring patient safety and preventing avoidable harm from occurring. There is no question that patient safety is a serious matter, and it is crucial to make sure that patients receive high-quality care. To increase patient safety, the government, healthcare providers, and advocacy organizations must cooperate.

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Quality Improvement

Catheter associated urinary tract infections are the leading cause of secondary health care-associated bacteremia. An infection that involves any of the organs or structures of urinary tract infection including the kidneys, urethra, bladder and ureter is called as urinary tract infection.

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RNT Patient Safety Week

At RN Tagore Hospital, patient safety is an integral part of the care we provide and engrained within our hospital culture. We welcome this opportunity to celebrate Patient Safety Awareness month in collaboration with our patients, our staff, and our community. Our focus is to improve the awareness of IPSG (International Patient Safety Goals) among staff

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Patient Safety

WHO celebrated 17 Sept 2022 as World patient safety day. This year the theme was Medications without harm. So the question that arises is what exactly does patient safety mean? The simple answer-being prevention of errors. So now each of one of you is wondering do errors happen in healthcare and why? The answer being, yes errors do happen in healthcare.

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Hospital safety: our goal needs to be zero harm

The term ‘hospital safety’ sounds like a redundant term since hospitals are meant to be safe; but in the context of the evolving complexity of healthcare delivery, it has emerged as a separate discipline focused on preventing and reducing risk, errors, and harm to patients during their hospital stay.

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