建置RFID手術室醫療管理系統提升病患安全之研究-以基隆長庚醫院為例

Translated title of the contribution: RFID-Based Operation Room and Medicare System for Patient Safety Enhancement-A Case Study of Keelung Branch, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital

游 張松(Chang-Sung Yu), Chih-Hwa Chen, 廖 珮君(Pei-Chung Liao), 李 岳縉(Yueh-Ching Lee)

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Abstract

As hospital medical care management has been a general public concern, among all hospital departments, 39.5% of medical malpractice incidents take place at the surgical room, a telltale sign reaffirming the scenario that ratio of surgical room malpractice occurred tends to be higher than the others.
This thesis focuses on the surgical room operations, and proposes an RFID system to ensure the safety requirements are fully executed. Our RFID system has six major characteristics of ”Auto ID Checking”, ”Auto Activation”, ”Auto Correction Request”, ”Auto Track Recording”, ”Auto Data Safekeeping”, and ”Case Reconstruction Analysis”. Therefore, this system not only can automatically collect data, guide the personnel to execute the safety enforcement procedures, but also can use the kept data for surgical scenario reconstruction in order to assure patient safety.
In this case successful implementation, we compared the conducted effectiveness after the RFID implementation and that before. This implementation shows how the RFID-based enforcements, real-time monitor surgical process, automatically record the processing logs along the clinical paths, and store the logs for safekeeping.
This RFID system indicates that: when abnormal cases happen, the real-time logged data can be used for faults finding, used for surgical process improvements, and in the long run, therefore, further continuously enhance the patient safety quality.
Translated title of the contributionRFID-Based Operation Room and Medicare System for Patient Safety Enhancement-A Case Study of Keelung Branch, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)97-122
Number of pages26
Journal資訊管理學報
Volume15
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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