Outcome evaluations as measures of quality in pediatric intensive care.

  • Debra H Fiser
  • Published 1994 in Pediatric clinics of North America

Abstract

In recent years, interest in assessing quality of care has blossomed. Quality care may be defined as providing the most appropriate treatment and providing it with great technical and managerial skill and proficiency in a manner that gains patient acceptance. For assessment purposes, variation in risk-adjusted outcomes between providers should be… (More)

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