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NONINTERPRETIVE SKILLS DOMAIN SPECIFICATION & RESOURCE GUIDE

@inproceedings{2015NONINTERPRETIVESD,
  title={NONINTERPRETIVE SKILLS DOMAIN SPECIFICATION & RESOURCE GUIDE},
  author={},
  year={2015}
}
  • Published 2015
  • Quality improvement (QI) is a more recent phenomenon in healthcare, but many are familiar with the term Quality Assurance (QA) as it was a common term for a number of years. QA can be considered reactive, generally retrospective, occasionally involving policing, and in many ways punitive or finger pointing. It often involves determining who was at fault after a medical error. The term QA is older and not often used today. 

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