Aspen's Health Care Quality Review (1999) compiles current, real-world examples of hospitals, health plans, physician practices and other organizations applying quality improvement theory and reaping reduced costs, improved patient satisfaction and improved health outcomes as a result. Each section (organizational quality, quality theory and practice, quality tools and measurement, quality in care) profiles top health care providers around the country and tracks not only clinical improvements but also the organizational changes and philosophy that made them possible. Contact information for each chapter allows readers to go straight to the source for more details, and a wealth of statistics, charts and easily replicated tools help readers apply the information at their own facilities. With Aspen's Health Care Quality Review you'll get award winning articles from our other quality publications, for example, Russ Coile's Health Trends, The Quality Letter for Healthcare Leaders, QRC Advisor, and Journal of Nursing Care Quality. No more combing through various resources for the information you need. We have done it for you!Books, Guidelines and References Dispensing by non-proprietary name is authorized if not Checked in ... 1998), by American Board of Internal Medicine, ( 800)441-2246, www.abim.org ac aColorado Collective for Medical Decisions Draft Guidelines, a 8 pages, outlines a ... Outlines Canadaa#39;s national standards process and includes model guidelines and information to help leaders in all practice settingsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Aspen's Health Care Quality Review|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1999|