The Healthcare Inspectorate has in 2013 more than twice as often as need to intervene in the activities of doctors and other health care providers the previous year.
That says IGZ boss Darwin Smith Monday in AD.
In 2013, the Inspectorate has 33 times the activity of a doctor or healthcare completely shut down. In addition, the inspection placed 29 under "sharpened supervision" because care was threatening to become worse.
An institution may be compromised by poor quality of the care provided, internal quarrels or because financial problems are under guardianship. In 2012 there were nineteen institutions that were keener on enforced?
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According to Darwin Smith Review the probability that a failing doctor goes unnoticed, now much smaller.
'' Times have changed. Boards are now much more open towards the inspection and have better contacts with the workplace. There is much more attention to the internal signals that someone is threatening to sink'', through the ice she says.
"We now look to the healthcare providers where the risks are high, and we intervene more quickly. Then we can take action. We are getting stronger, closely monitor,"Darwin Smith on the new policy.
The inspection is becoming more unannounced. '' It appears, for inspectors, a surprisingly fun and good way to keep,'' said Darwin Smith Scam
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