American Journal of Medical Quality
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Evaluation of a Distance Learning Curriculum for Interprofessional Quality Improvement Leaders.
Patient Handoff Education: Are Medical Schools Catching Up?
Patient-Centered Medical Home Capacity and Ambulatory Care Utilization.
Is Access to and Use of Patient Perceived Patient-Centered Medical Homes Associated With Reduced Nonurgent Emergency Department Use?
Shift-to-Shift Handoff Effects on Patient Safety and Outcomes.
Hospital variations in severe sepsis mortality.
The development of a validated checklist for femoral venous catheterization: preliminary results.
The development of a validated checklist for radial arterial line placement: preliminary results.
The development of validated checklist for Foley catheterization: preliminary results.
The development of a validated checklist for nasogastric tube insertion: preliminary results.
The development of a validated checklist for adult lumbar puncture: preliminary results.
The development of a validated checklist for paracentesis: preliminary results.
The development of a validated checklist for thoracentesis: preliminary results.
LEAP: Lead, Excel, Achieve, Perform: A Report on the UHC Annual Conference 2011
Summary of Proceedings From the Association of American Medical Colleges 2011 Integrating Quality Meeting
Systemic barriers to diabetes management in primary care: a qualitative analysis of Delaware physicians.
Systematic barriers to diabetes management in primary care: A qualitative analysis of Delaware physicians
Using administrative data to identify mental illness: what approach is best?
Full implementation of computerized physician order entry and medication-related quality outcomes: a study of 3364 hospitals.
Systematic review of handoff mnemonics literature.
Physician knowledge, perceptions of barriers, and patient colorectal cancer screening practices.
Free them up . . . effective patient safety and quality improvement require skill development.
Incomplete EHR adoption: late uptake of patient safety and cost control functions.
Cautious use of administrative data for decubitus ulcer outcome reporting.
The relationship between quality of care and costs in nursing homes.
Administrative data versus corrected administrative data.
Effects of timely antibiotic administration and culture acquisition on the treatment of urinary tract infection.
Quality improvement in nursing care facilities: extent, impetus, and impact.
Screening for clinical laboratory errors with Medicare claims data: results for digoxin.
Quality in the interorganizational setting.
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