Acceptable risk is "a state achieved in a measuring system where all known potential events have a degree of likelihood for or a level of severity of an adverse outcome small enough such that, when balanced against all known benefits—perceived or real—patients, physicians, institutions, and society are willing to risk the consequences."
Videos from the webinar series. Segments may be from different dates.
- Setting Acceptable Risk (6 Minutes)
- Setting Medical Goals (3 Minutes)
- Table to select risk level for groups of laboratories (1 Minutes)
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