1 Using Vignettes to Measure the Quality of Health Care

@inproceedings{Das20061UV,
  title={1 Using Vignettes to Measure the Quality of Health Care},
  author={Jishnu Das and Ken Leonard},
  year={2006}
}
This paper outlines a research project that seeks to measure the quality of care, understand how quality of care varies by geographical location and sectors (private, public or Non-Governmental Organizations) and how (and whether) quality of care has an impact on health choices and outcomes. We discuss a measure of the quality of care, competence, which focuses on what doctors know, or, the maximum quality of medical advice that doctors could provide if they did all they knew to do. We show how… CONTINUE READING

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