Patient Care. Without limiting any other provision of the Terms and Conditions, the Participant and the Participant’s Authorized Users shall be solely responsible for all decisions and actions taken or not taken involving patient care, utilization management, and quality management for their respective patients and clients resulting from or in any way related to the use of the System or the Services or the data made available thereby. No Participant or Authorized User shall have any recourse against, and through the Participation Agreements that apply thereto, each shall waive, any claims against HIO for any loss, damage, claim, or cost relating to or resulting from its own use or misuse of the System and/or the Services or the data made available thereby.
Patient Care. Message Content obtained though a Message is not a substitute for any Participant or Participant User, if that person/entity is a Health Care Provider, obtaining whatever information he/she/it deems necessary, in his/her professional judgment, for the proper treatment of a patient. The Participant or Participant User, if he/she/it is a Health Care Provider, shall be responsible for all decisions and actions taken or not taken involving patient care, utilization management, and quality management for his/her/its respective patients and clients resulting from, or in any way related to, the use of the Network standards, services and policies agreed to by the Participants pursuant to this Agreement or the Message Content made available thereby. None of the Participants, by virtue of executing this Agreement, assume any role in the care of any patient.
Patient Care. Each party acknowledges that Data or Health Data obtained through a Message or a Direct Service email is not a substitute for the clinical judgment of the subject Individual’s health care provider(s) or for a review of other medical records available to a Participant as to the subject Individual. All Participants and Participant Users are responsible for obtaining whatever information, including Data or Health Data from sources other than the HIE or the Direct Service, deemed necessary for the proper treatment of the Individual under the applicable standard of care. Each Participant and each Participant User shall be solely responsible for its/his/her decisions and actions taken or not taken involving patient care, utilization management, and quality management for patients, including those resulting from, or in any way related to, the use of the HIE or the Direct Service or the Data or Health Data made available through the HIE or the Direct Service. Neither CRISP nor other Participants or Third Party Data Sources assume any control over or responsibility for the clinical decision making as to any patient of Participant. Further, Participant and its Participant Users assume no control over or responsibility for the clinical decision making as to any patient of other Participants.
Patient Care. The purpose of this provision is to set forth the understanding reached by the parties with respect to staffing and related issues. The parties recognize their mutual and ethical responsibility to provide sufficient staffing to meet quality standards of patient care, workload, and other issues affecting patient care, including, but not limited to, assuring adequate coverage, sick replacement, overtime, and to assure that no employee is required to work in any situation in which his or her license is threatened or places any employee or patient in danger. To that end, Kaiser shall provide sufficient staffing to address quality of standards of patient care and provider workload including safe coverage. The parties expressly agree that any disputes arising under this provision of the collective bargaining agreement shall not be subject to the grievance arbitration procedure outlined in Article 25.
Patient Care. The Facility, its employees and the Union understand and agree that it should be the objective of all parties to provide high quality healthcare. The Facility and employees must be committed to serving the Hospital’s patients by delivering the highest quality care possible. The parties agree and understand that high quality patient care can be achieved if management and employees discuss and address patient care issues together.
Patient Care a. Participation and management in patient care on each rotation as documented by the faculty evaluation as entered into New Innovations. Major performance deficits will result in disciplinary action up to and including warning, probation, suspension and termination. Attendance and behavior are also considered in evaluating performance. Service, performance, conduct or behavior issues will also be addressed in the evaluation process.
Patient Care a. Implement the negotiated plan.