Root Cause Analysis And Rca

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A. Root Cause Analysis or RCA Root Cause analysis is an effective tool used both reactively, to investigate an adverse event that already has occurred, and proactively, to analyze and improve processes and systems before they break down. Roost cause analysis helps dissolve the problem, not just the symptoms. In health care, it is important to analyze the root cause because: (1) deficiencies and weaknesses in the system can lead to human errors (2) evidence shows that in organizations with high trust the systematic errors can reveal the deficient system flaws (3) need to learn from incidents and errors that have occurred in the past (4) events and adverse occurrences are the symptoms of a pathological disasters in organization (5) disease in the organization can affect the various working system (6) accurate analysis of much critical incident or an error is a very useful analysis than many precipitous accident or error (Abdollahi, 2015). B. Failure Mode, Effect, and Critically Analysis or FMECA Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a systematic, proactive method for evaluating a process to identify where and how it might fail, and to assess the impact of those failures, in order to identify the parts of a process that are most in need of change or improvement. The basic steps for performing an FMEA are: (1) select the process to evaluate (2) recruit a multidisciplinary team, including those involved at any point in the selected process (3) have the team meet and
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