Clinical Safety Officer
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Clinical Safety Officer (CSO) – A clinician nominated by an organisation to oversee the safety assessment of a health IT system. The presence of a CSO to govern a clinical risk management project is a requirement of DCB 0129 and DCB 0160. The CSO must hold a current registration with a professional body such as the General Medical Council and must be suitably qualified and experienced. This is usually achieved by undertaking training in clinical risk management.

Safehand provides expert consultancy services to manage clinical risk in health IT systems, maintain patient safety and comply with standards DCB 0129 and DCB 0160.

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