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McLaughlin and Kaluzny's continuous quality improvement in health care / William A. Sollecito, Julie K. Johnson.
Sollecito, William A.
Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, , ©2013.
xxiv, 619 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Total quality management
Johnson, Julie K.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The global evolution of continuous quality improvement : from Japanese manufacturing to global health services
Factors influencing the application and diffusion of CQI in health care
Measurement, variation, and CQI tools
Understanding and improving team effectiveness in quality improvement
The outcome model of quality
Measuring consumer satisfaction
The role of the patient in continuous quality improvement
A social marketing approach to continuous quality improvement initiatives
Assessing risk and harm in the clinical microsystem : a systematic approach to promote patient safety
CQI, transformation, and the learning organization
The human face of medical error : classification and reduction
The role of health information technology in quality improvement: from data to decisions
Preparing health professionals : harnessing the power of the clinical microsystem to improve quality and safety of care
Quality improvement in primary care : the role of organization, systems, and collaboratives
Quality improvement organizations and continuous quality improvement in medicare
Continuous quality improvement in U.S. public health organizations: moving beyond quality assurance
Quality improvement in nursing
Accreditation : a regulatory mechanism to promote quality and safety in health care organizations
Quality improvement in resource-poor countries
A call to action for transforming healthcare in the future.
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Continuous quality improvement in health care
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