A better, quality-focused approach.
Continuous improvement is not possible without full visibility of failures. Errors or failures are best reframed as areas for improvement – implementing an effective CAPA program (to learn from, and prevent issues) is beneficial on many levels.
It can cut costs, reduce the administrative burden on highly qualified people, improve the quality of processes, and enhance the client relationship.
And when companies don’t focus on taking preventive action, the effectiveness check will usually fail, because the action taken has not addressed the root cause of the issue.