The adoption of the corporate plan for the management of clinical risk and patient safety complies with the recent Gelli / Bianco law no. 24/2017. All public and private health and socio-health facilities are required to manage clinical risk and patient safety (GRC). They are obliged to comply with specific organizational and management requirements to protect users: procedures to avoid infections such as proper hand washing, prevention of falls, patient suicide, their mistreatment by operators, and dangers from use of electro-medical equipment etc. Clinical risk management is also implemented with the help of a specific software that allows operators to report adverse sentimental events and / or almost-events in real time, and to the Head of “Clinical Risk Management (RGRC)” to manage them.
The Padre Pio Onlus Rehabilitation Centers Foundation is subjected to the usual evaluation inspections aimed at achieving quality certifications and the implementation of business systems and plans with the aim of raising the organization to organizational and management excellence as well as clinical, capable of achieving the ultimate goal of guaranteeing the quality level of the service provided to the final user.
For these reasons, it adopts the Organizational Model 231/01. In order to provide correct information, each Presidium is provided with a copy of the “Organization, Management and Control Model” and the “Code of Ethics”.
It meets the expected requirements of the new Privacy law and, in particular, of the EU Regulation n. 2016/679 and has an annual Plan for the Management of Clinical Risk pursuant to Law 24/2017.
It has obtained the “ICIM” quality certification in compliance with the “UNI EN ISO 9001: 2015” requirements and the “Certiquality” work safety certification “BS OHSAS 18001: 2007”.
Finally the Foundation adopts the wistle blowing system of ANAC (National Anticorruption Authority) to report illicit conducts of its employees who intend to do it by themselves.