Seminar processing of sterile goods - Block 6 - Strengthening Decision-Making Confidence (Managing Director Seminar)

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Product number: 9900093
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Product information "Seminar processing of sterile goods - Block 6 - Strengthening Decision-Making Confidence (Managing Director Seminar)"
Contents of Seminar
Seminar block 6: "Requirements and basic knowledge for instrument and patient safety as well as cost reduction through decision-making safety".

Process risks and their consequences in the area of sterile goods reprocessing".

Target group: Managing directors, heads of administration, purchasing managers

Seminar objective: Recognition of the specific personal liability risk as operator of healthcare facilities according to the Medical Devices Act (MPG) and installation of preventive measures through consistent risk management in the sterile goods reprocessing process. Operators of healthcare facilities, respectively operators of medical devices, are responsible within the scope of the MPG for compliance with hygiene laws and infection control guidelines to achieve and maintain patient safety.

Knowledge of the process risks in the sterile processing chain is of central importance in this context in order to prevent violations of the Medical Devices Act and to provide legal certainty for the operator of the healthcare facilities.

In this seminar block, our speaker Ralf Kurzrock will discuss process risks and their consequential costs with you, taking into account the applicable laws, rules, regulations and DIN. You will develop key elements to make decisions on a transparent basis. Practical examples will be used to develop recommendations for action for the assessment of service offerings, quality criteria and costs to achieve instrument and patient safety as well as the legal framework for action. Possibilities for safety and economic efficiency in the entire hygiene and sterile goods reprocessing process through the integration of new technologies and process analytics will be demonstrated.