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Dr. Sanjay Saproo

Championing Patient Safety and quality Improvement.

Experience: 25+ Years

  • PhD (Patient Safety & Reduction of Medical Error), Fellowship from AHA-NPSF USA
  • Experience of more than 23 years in healthcare domain.
  • Author of several books and publication of 30+ research papers in national and international journals.
  • Attended several conferences and imparted lectures on the topic of patient safety worldwide.
  • Enjoying the key role of Faculty and teacher of patient safety.
  • Engaging into broad based research works in improvement of patient safety in Indian healthcare system.
  • Subject of Interest “Human factor Engineering”.
  • Presidential Citation award from Dr Narendra Rangta, President of Indian Society of Critical
  • Life member of Indian Indian Patient Safety Organization (IPSO), Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM), Indian Confederation For Healthcare Accreditation, Quality Council of India.

When we talk about patient safety, we’re really talking about how hospitals and other health care organizations protect their patients from errors, injuries, accidents, and infections. While many hospitals are good at keeping their patients safe, some hospitals aren’t. As many as 440,000 people die every year from preventable errors in United States. Some hospitals have hidden dangers, but there are things you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Twenty first century healthcare need the research and scientific study in patient safety while educating the masses on the basics of the patient safety is paramount to achieve a safe care across the continuum. The bottom line for the organization and the individuals providing health care services to patients and their families is “do no harm.” This is as true for everyone today as it was for Hippocrates centuries ago. Even though I am advocating the cause of the patient safety, I still feel there is so much work to be done in changing the culture and just getting that information out-the job is never-ending because the biggest challenge facing the Indian Healthcare system is ... change in culture must come from within rather than being driven by central government, the media and from organization like us.

“Safety of any type in any industry is driven by team work, proper communication, accountability, culture, attitude and not competing each other.

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