Written by Marc Oliveras

Article 2, Volume 1 Issue 1:

An ISO 10002:2004-based feedback-handling system for the emergency and inpatients care

Mohammad Ashiqur Rahman Khan and Stanislav Karapetrovic

DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.1.1.2

Abstract


The development of an ISO 10002:2004-based system for handling unsolicited patient feedback within a continuum of care in a Canadian hospital is presented. Through interviews of registered nurses, unit managers and experts, patient encounters and existing feedback-handling activities were studied and the learning was incorporated in a Feedback Handling System (FHS). Guidance from ISO 10004:2012 was used in defining FHS maintenance activities. New activities and items that are not suggested in ISO 10002:2004 were introduced. The FHS follow-up component was validated through actual patient feedbacks. The usefulness and feasibility of the developed FHS were verified by interviewing research participants. According to the feedback-handling experts, the FHS could be useful at the unit–level. To our knowledge, this paper shows the first application of ISO 10002:2004 in integrated health care. It also demonstrates an example of the “augmentation” of ISO 10002:2004 with ISO 10004:2012-based monitoring of patient satisfaction in integrated health care.

Keywords


  • Integrated health care
  • ISO 10002
  • ISO 10004
  • Standards
  • Patient centeredness
  • Continuum of care

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