ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS
Software that can help uncover the real cause of an incident or claim to prevent future problems
Are you able to permanently fix
what’s causing your high-volume incidents?
The odds of finding a permanent solution to high-volume incidents or high-dollar claims are stacked against you if all you’re working with is a fragmented, paper-based system. And if you don’t get down to the bottom of an issue, you’re probably in for more claims filed, higher costs for your organization – and bigger headaches for you.
Solve the Problem at the Source
Riskonnect’s Root Cause Analysis software provides a systematic process for determining the cause of incidents and claims so you can understand the problem, address the issues, and prevent future risks.
- Applies a standardized, data-driven process to the analysis for consistent results.
- Seamlessly integrates claim, incident, occurrence, and cause data for a singular view into events.
- Creates a record, assigns responsibility, and sets due dates for the analysis once a claim or incident is reported.
- Starts the analysis immediately following an incident while the event is still fresh.
- Includes built-in collaboration tools to communicate with other departments and stakeholders about the analysis.
- Organizes every analysis into one of four categories – open, in progress, in review, and completed – and can further sort by coverage, cause, or location.
- Facilitates “Five Whys” analysis.
- Uses a fishbone diagram to explore the cause/effect relationships between the incident and various factors.
- Uncovers trends and opportunities for improvement.
- Displays a breakdown of all causes, which can be sorted by coverage, cause, or location – or whether the cause is primary, secondary, or tertiary.
- Leads you to the source of the problem so corrective actions can be taken, which should increase safety, reduce future incidents, and ultimately lower your total cost of risk.
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Download our e-book, A Guide to Using Root Cause Analysis, to get the what, why, when, and how of root cause analysis – and start digging deeper for better results.
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