Optimal Patient Monitoring: What Is It and How Is It Done?
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May 5 2008
230 viewsIn this presentation participants will learn:
1) Clinical characteristics requiring monitoring
2) How the use of technology, human endeavor and integration of clinical information result in optimal monitoring
3) False positive and false negative state during monitoring
4) The differences between clinical monitoring based upon provider anxiety, local practice patterns rather than upon scientifically established best practices
Please complete the above post-video test questionnaire in order to receive credit for the UWHC annual risk education requirement as part of reappointment to the UWHC Medical Staff.
The document, which is in a
PDF format, may be completed by:
1. Printing it, answering the questions and returning it to UWHC Risk Management Dept., mail code 8360
2. Sending the answers via e-mail to Sue Statz at SStatz2@uwhealth.org.
Be sure to number each of your answers based on the number of the question and include the title of the video program you are requesting credit for.
|UWHC Risk Management Education Series
|False Test Results, Improper Care, Machine Malfunction, Monitor Performance