How is Quantitative Risk Analysis used in Healthcare?


Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) is used in healthcare to:

  1. Evaluate and prioritize potential risks in patient care and operational processes.

  2. Establish a numerical value for risk likelihood and impact.

  3. Develop data-driven risk mitigation strategies.

  4. Monitor and track the effectiveness of risk management efforts.

QRA helps healthcare organizations make informed decisions and allocate resources effectively to reduce the impact of adverse events and improve patient safety.

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