4 edition of Quality assurance in ambulatory care. found in the catalog.
Quality assurance in ambulatory care.
by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations in Chicago, Ill
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.|
|LC Classifications||RA413 .Q35 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||90060417|
The Hardcover of the Excellence in Ambulatory Care: A Practical Guide to Developing Effective Quality Assurance Programs by Dale S. Benson, Peyton G. Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. This manual is a comprehensive quality assurance resource applicable for use in various health care systems, such as ambulatory care settings, HMOs, PPOs, and by primary care providers, specialty providers, and regulatory agencies.
The scope of ambulatory care has expanded over the past decade, as the volume and complexity of interventions have expanded. Safe, high-quality ambulatory care requires complex information management and care coordination across multiple settings, especially for patients with chronic illnesses. AHRQ's resources and tools improve the safety and. For almost 45 years, we've helped Ambulatory Care organizations meet and exceed rigorous performance standards for improved patient safety and enhanced quality outcomes. Get started on your path to ambulatory care accreditation today. Learn the Basics. Prepare for Your Survey. Sustain Your Accreditation. Excel After Accreditation. Learn the Basics.
have expanded. Safe, high-quality ambulatory care requires complex information management and coordination across multiple settings, especially for patients with chronic illnesses. The opportunity to turn the potential of health information technology (health IT) toward improving safety and quality in the ambulatory care setting, especiallyFile Size: KB. Excellence in Ambulatory Care: A Practical Guide to Developing Effective Quality Assurance Programs The present societal and medical fascination with quality and quality management makes this book both current and welcome. It is especially useful at a time when regulatory and administrative bodies require evidence of documentation of.
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Excellence in Ambulatory Care: A Practical Guide to Developing Effective Quality Assurance Programs (JOSSEY BASS/AHA PRESS SERIES)Author: Dale S. Benson, Peyton G.
Townes Jr. This manual is a comprehensive quality assurance resource applicable for use in various health care systems, such as ambulatory care settings, HMOs, PPOs, and by primary care providers, specialty. As the settings for ambulatory health care continue to grow in number and in diversity, quality assurance is and will continue to be a vital part of ensuring excellent patient experiences and outcomes.
Accreditation for some ambulatory care settings is still voluntary at this time but is nonetheless highly recommended. National Ambulatory Quality Measures Compared to Achievable Benchmarks.
The quality measures specific to Ambulatory are compared to achievable benchmarks, which are derived from the top-performing States. Better performance of a State can mean higher or lower values of a measure, depending on the desired outcome.
INTRODUCTION TO THE QUALITY ASSURANCE AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT (QAPI) PLAN TEMPLATE The QAPI plan template development process included a review of government regulations, relevant literature, various performance improvement programs, expert opinions and consensus.
The QAPI plan template design is relatively easy to use and customize. However, the development of coding schemes for problems is helping to overcome the difficulties. The importance of covering ambulatory care in quality assurance programs warrants its inclusion as soon as possible.
The committee recommends that review be made of ambulatory care services as well as services provided in hospitals. Benson has co‐authored and edited a number of books including the Joint Commission book, Quality Assurance in Ambulatory Care, the recently published Jossey‐Bass book, Excellence in Ambulatory Care and the book AmbuQual: An Ambulatory Quality Assurance & Quality Management by: 1.
The Quality Assurance Standard for ambulatory care requires that "an ongoing quality assurance program [exists that is] designed to objectively and systematically monitor and evaluate the quality and appropriateness of patient care, pursue opportunities to improve patient care, and resolve identified problems (Joint Commission, c, p.
3)."Cited by: 3. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: approximately pages in various pagings ; 29 cm. Series Title: Aspen publication. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brook, Robert Henry. Quality assurance and cost control in ambulatory care. Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand Corp., Quality Assurance in the Ambulatory Care Setting One of the most utilitarian developments in the field of quality assurance in health care has been the introduction of industrial concepts of quality management.() These concepts, coupled with buyer demand for accountability, are bringing new perspectives to health care quality assurance.
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Quality Management in Ambulatory Care. Chicago, Ill.: American Hospital Publishing, Inc., pages. $ ($ for AHA members). Oversight of ambulatory care quality improvement activities remains a frontier to many physician executives. Other than by ACPE's own expert Dale Benson, relatively little has been written about it.
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