Setting thresholds for quality indicators derived from MDS data for nursing home quality improvement reports: an update.

@article{Rantz2000SettingTF,
  title={Setting thresholds for quality indicators derived from MDS data for nursing home quality improvement reports: an update.},
  author={Marilyn J. Rantz and Gregory F. Petroski and Richard W. Madsen and David R. Mehr and Lori L. Popejoy and Lanis L. Hicks and Rose Porter and Mary Zwygart-Stauffacher and Victoria T. Grando},
  journal={The Joint Commission journal on quality improvement},
  year={2000},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={
          101-10
        }
}
BACKGROUND Determining meaningful thresholds to reinforce excellent performance and flag potential problem areas in nursing home care is critical for preparing reports for nursing homes to use in their quality improvement programs. This article builds on the work of an earlier panel of experts that set thresholds for quality indicators (QIs) derived from Minimum Data Set (MDS) assessment data. Thresholds were now set for the revised MDS 2.0 two-page quarterly form and Resource Utilization… CONTINUE READING

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