documentation error; faulty medical records; staffing
Proper detailed education and training of the staff; having on call staff as back up
mistakes during the procedure; improper administration of drugs.
Proper detailed education and training of the staff entailing the procedure.
supplier relations, referring doctors relations, marketing, reputational risks.
Maintaining a proper contract based relation with the stakeholders.
Low return on investment, losses due to malpractice claims, penalties or fines if incurred
proper investment planning and funding, and practicing risk avoidance and reduction strategy.
malpractice, shortage of staff, injuries
employee retention incentives and workers compensation for injuries, vaccinations.
Malpractice claims, licensure
practicing risk avoidance strategy
failure of monitoring systems, emergency equipment malfunction
Regular designated tests to make sure everything is functioning.
natural calamities; facility hazard
insuring the practice against them.