Reporting And Data

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COVID-19 Deaths

All providers of health care, health care facilities, medical examiners, coroners and funeral homes must report immediately to their local and state health department, each death that is caused by, associated with or related to COVID-19 infection consistent with the CDC criteria. This includes information on the immediate cause of death, such as a heart […]

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Employee Fatality, Serious Work Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA 300 Log and Annual Summary)

Employers must notify NVOSHA of all workplace accidents involving an employee fatality or fatalities within 8 hours after learning of the accident. Employers must report to NVOSHA all inpatient hospitalizations of one or more employees, amputations of a part of an employee’s body or an employee’s loss of an eye within 24 hours after learning of the hospitalization, amputation […]

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Medical Certificate of Death

Physician or APRN last in attendance must sign medical certificates of death, including stillbirth within 48 hours. The funeral director or person acting as undertaker shall present the completed certificate of death to the local registrar within 72 hours after the occurrence or discovery of death.

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Non-Natural Death

The reporting of any death in a healthcare facility is required (not related to NQF), with the exception of a “death due to natural causes” as understood in a general meaning and for which it has been established that the cause of death is not due to any contributing factors by the healthcare facility.

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Patient Death Associated with Restraint or Seclusion

Hospitals must report deaths associated with the use of seclusion or restraint.

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Sentinel Events Involving Death

The following sentinel events involve death. Please click on the links to view the reporting requirements: 1E. Intraoperative or immediately postoperative/postprocedure death in an ASA Class I patient 2A. Patient death or serious injury associated with the use of contaminated drugs, devices, or biologics provided by the healthcare setting 2B. Patient death or serious injury […]

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Unsafe FDA-Regulated Medical Devices and Drugs

Facilities are required to report when it receives information that reasonably suggests that a medical device has (or may have) caused or contributed to a serious injury or death of a patient or employee of the facility. The FDA receives voluntary reports on other serious adverse event, product quality problem, product use/medication error, or therapeutic inequivalence/failure that […]

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Although many of these requirements apply to individual medical professionals and other types of hospitals and health care facilities, the information is presented solely to support Critical Access Hospitals. The reporting requirements and legal mandates on this site are not an exhaustive list and Nevada Rural Hospital Partners, Inc. bears no responsibility or liability for any hospitals' or providers' failure to comply with Federal or State laws or regulations.