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Quality Medical Records for Primary Care Centers. Monitoring with Indicators: Evaluating the Quality of Patient Care. Carroll, Jcan Gayton. Carroll, Jcan Gayton Less. Van Osdol, William; Johnsfon, Philip E. Less. The Journal for Healthcare Quality (JHQ). 14(2):45-46, March-April 1992.
Topics in health record management.
To assess the quality of maternal health care in a district health system, all .
To assess the quality of maternal health care in a district health system, all facilities that admit women for delivery or treat those with complica-tions related to pregnancy should be included in the assessment. The WHO technical working group also devel-oped a set of indicators for the assessment of quality of care within a health-care facility or the health system. It presents a standard approach for monitoring the implementation of critical inter-ventions in maternal health care and proposes a systematic process for assessing the quality of care. In its entirety, the included methods and related processes constitute the WHO maternal near-miss approach.
Authors: Jean Gayton Carroll. Qual Manag Health Care 2013 Oct-Dec;22(4):271. Patient safety and protection as components of the quality of care. Authors: Jean Gayton Carroll. Download full-text PDF. Source. Qual Manag Health Care 2010 Oct-Dec;19(4):281.
Monitoring with indicators. evaluating the quality of patient care. by Jean Gayton Carroll. Medical care, Quality control. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1991 by Aspen Publishers in Gaithersburg, Md. Written in English. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Outcome categories that evaluate the quality of patient care. Nutrition care outcome indicators. DIRECT NUTRITION OUTCOMES, Clinical and health status outcomes, Patient-centered outcomes, Health care use and cost outcomes. Provide info about type of PROGRESS MADE, when the NUTRITION PROBLEM IS RESOLVED, and what aspects of nutrition intervention as NOT WORKING. The VALUE OF OUR INTERVENTION!!! Represent results that the practitioner and nutrition care impacted independently. Are measurable with tools and resources.
The quality and safety of nursing care vary from one service to another
The quality and safety of nursing care vary from one service to another. We have only very limited information on the quality and safety of nursing care in outpatient settings, an expanding area of practice. Indicators related to patient empowerment were also well developed in ambulatory care, whereas in acute care, indicators related to risk outcomes and safety and nursing staff supply were used much more often to measure performance. The indicators that predominate in ambulatory care clearly reflect the nature of nursing interventions and concerns, in which they highlight nurses’ contributions to patients and their families.