Improving health care, Part 1: The clinical value compass.

@article{Nelson1996ImprovingHC,
  title={Improving health care, Part 1: The clinical value compass.},
  author={E. C. Nelson and Julie J. Mohr and Paul B. Batalden and Stephen K. Plume},
  journal={The Joint Commission journal on quality improvement},
  year={1996},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={243-58}
}
UNLABELLED CLINICAL VALUE COMPASS APPROACH: The clinical Value Compass, named to reflect its similarity in layout to a directional compass, has at its four cardinal points (1) functional status, risk status, and well-being; (2) costs; (3) satisfaction with health care and perceived benefit; and (4) clinical outcomes. To manage and improve the value of health care services, providers will need to measure the value of care for similar patient populations, analyze the internal delivery processes… CONTINUE READING

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