HRO

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AcronymDefinition
HROHousing Referral Office
HROHogeschool Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
HRORostock (Germany, auto license plate)
HROHuman Resources Outsourcing
HROHuman Resources Office
HROHuman Resource Outsourcing
HROHuman Rights Ordinance
HROHampshire Record Office (UK)
HROHam Radio Outlet
HROHigh-Reliability Organization
HROHarvard- Radcliffe Orchestra (Cambridge, MA)
HROHuman Rights Organization
HROHellenic Railways Organisation (Greece)
HROHarassment Restraining Order
HROHistorische Rezensionen Online (German: Historical Reviews Online)
HROHarrison, AR, USA - Boone County (Airport Code)
HROHigh Resolution Orthophotography
HROHard Rubber Orchestra (band)
HROHumanitarian Relief Operations
HROHumanitarian Relief Organization
HROHospital Regional de Occidente (Guatemala)
HROHigh Risk Operation
HROHighest Rated Offeror
HROHonorary Rural Organizer (trade unions)
HROHostage Release Operation (NATO)
HROHolme Roberts & Owen (law firm; now Bryan Cave HRO (Holme Roberts & Owen); various locations
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Building a High-Reliability Organization: A Toolkit for Success.
Look at your organization's staffing and scheduling processes, not only to a Lean methodology, but to that of a high-reliability organization.
"We need to apply improvement science to all-source harm and build a high-reliability organization in each hospital that can prevent any source of harm, regardless of what it is," he says.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) has responded to this effort by exploring high-reliability organizations in industry, and transposing practical lessons to health care.
A high-reliability organization is preoccupied with the chance of failure, and is sensitive to the front-line people who have the opportunity to see disaster before it hits other parts of the organization.
Shared governance structures for nurse managers are the perfect vehicle to develop collaborative organizations and flawless execution, and to adopt high-reliability organization principles.
As we learn more about high-reliability organizations, we can be overcome with the fragmented, complex, and constantly changing world of health care which is fraught with complexity and seems impossible to simplify.
Leaders of other high-reliability organizations have cultivated a culture of open communication about error without blaming.
9-12, Orlando, will gather nearly 6,000 professionals to address pressing issues such as reducing avoidable rehospitalizations, creating high-reliability organizations and implementing accountable care arganizations (ACOs).
Teamwork as an Essential Component of High-Reliability Organizations. Health Services Research 41(4): 1576-1598.
Their shared improvement opportunity began when their headteachers (equivalent to principals in the U.S.) invited coauthor David Reynolds to speak about high-reliability organizations (HROs) (Roberts, 1993, 2009).
Interconnect stress testing (IST) is the overwhelming favorite of high-reliability organizations for lot-based qualification testing.