Tindakan Kolaborasi Untuk Mengurangi Kejadian Malpraktik

Rian Tasalim

Abstract


Abstrak:

LATAR BELAKANG: Malpraktik merupakan kelalaian yang dilakukan oleh tenaga profesional. Salah satu penyebab terjadinya malpraktik adalah akibat kurangnya ketelitian petugas medis. Kemampuan kolaborasi dengan komunikasi efektif diyakini dapat menekan kejadian malpraktik.

TUJUAN: Pada artikel ini akan membahas dampak perlunya kolaborasi untuk mengurangi kejadian malpraktik.

METODE: Metode yang digunakan adalah review artikel ilmiah.

HASIL: Hasilnya, kejadian malpraktik dapat ditekan melalui kerjasama lintas profesi baik profesi kesehatan dan non-kesehatan.

 

Abstract

BACKGROUND: Malpractice is negligence committed by health professionals. One of the causes of malpractice is due to lack of medical care. The ability to collaborate with effective communication is believed can reduce the incidence of malpractice.

OBJECTIVE: This article will discuss the impact of the need for collaboration to reduce the incidence of malpractice.

METHODS: The method used is a review of scientific articles.

RESULTS: The incidence of malpractice can be suppressed through cross-profession collaboration both health and non-health professions.

 

Kata Kunci: Collaboration, Malpratice, Medical Error


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