The intended and unintended consequences of performance monitoring in colonoscopy

@inproceedings{ThomasGibson2016TheIA,
  title={The intended and unintended consequences of performance monitoring in colonoscopy},
  author={Siwan Thomas-Gibson and Adam V. Haycock and Roland M. Valori},
  booktitle={Endoscopy international open},
  year={2016}
}
Performance measurement is now routine in many areas of medicine and is relatively easy to apply to colonoscopy practice as there are several variables that can be quantified. The oldest and universally reported performance indicator is the cecal intubation rate (CIR). It is globally agreed that the standard for cecal intubation should be at least 90… CONTINUE READING