McLaughlin and Kaluzny's Continuous Quality Improvement In Health Care / Edition 4
Continuous quality improvement CQI methods are foundational approaches to improving healthcare delivery. Publications using the term CQI, however, are methodologically heterogeneous, and labels other than CQI are used to signify relevant approaches. Standards for identifying the use of CQI based on its key methodological features could enable more effective learning across quality improvement QI efforts. The objective was to identify essential methodological features for recognizing CQI. Previous work with a member international expert panel identified reliably abstracted CQI methodological features.
Skip to search form Skip to main content. The increased attention to quality is due to governmental regulations, influence of customers, and hospital management initiatives. So, the role of government as the main provider of healthcare HC services has changed. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert.