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  • Black Nick (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    This paper describes a computerised surgical audit project which has been developed in the North West Thames region of the British National Health Service. The need for such a project and the reasons for the approach adopted ...
  • Troëng Thomas; Janzon Lars (Oxford University Press, 1990-06-01)
    To test the feasibility of using a system for classification of surgical errors and of inhospital deaths and long hospital stay as markers for errors in surgery we reviewed the hospital records of 273 patients with 285 ...
  • Schillemans Leo; De Muynck Aimé; Van Der Stuyft Patrick; Saenen Rita; Baeten Rita (Oxford University Press, 1990-06-01)
    General Practitioners feel increasing pressure from Public Health authorities to evaluate their work but generally accept outcome indices such as morbidity and mortality are too far away from GP practices to allow direct ...
  • Holland Walter (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    Age standardized mortality rates (SMR) vary between 43 and 162 per 100 000 inhabitants from cervical cancer in different areas in England, between 19 and 250 from tuberculosis, between 31 and 249 for asthma, between 0 and ...
  • Wennberg J. E. (Oxford University Press, 1990-03-01)
    The failure to evaluate the outcomes of surgical practice, diagnostic tests and the uses made of hospitals contrasts sharply with the careful evaluations now mandated for drugs. This double standard for truth in medicine ...
  • Reerink E. (Oxford University Press, 1990-06-01)
  • Fooks Catherine; Rachlis Michael; Kushner Carol (Oxford University Press, 1990-03-01)
    Discussions of quality assurance mechanisms for health professions are increasing in Canada. In their roles of protecting the public from incompetent or unsafe health care, and enhancing the quality of care provided by ...
  • Hertzman Peter (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    The importance of cost-effectiveness analysis within the health care sector will increase. This is due to changes in the health care sector where there is an emphasis on improving the efficiency. The changes will influence ...
  • Ahlstrand Ingemar (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    The Swedish National Audit Bureau has developed a model to present decision material in the public sector including effects on quality. In the article the model is illustrated with an example that deals with improved housing ...
  • Reerink Evert (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    Finding the definition of quality has haunted mankind since the beginning of time. As far back as ancient Egypt and classical Greece, descriptions of quality show man's struggle with a concept that has not yet ended. Since ...
  • Kuyvenhoven M. M.; Pieters H. M.; Jacobs H. M.; Touw-Otten F. W. M. M.; Spreeuwenberg C. (Oxford University Press, 1990-06-01)
    The present study relates to three aspects of quality of care in general practice: attention paid to somatic aspects, patient orientation and risk of unnecessary harm. Quality of care had been measured by (a) a written ...
  • Reizenstein Peter (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
  • Udén Giggi; Svensson Bengt; Jönsson Per-Olow; Johnell Olof (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    About 25% of all outpatients in the emergency room at the department of orthopedics in Malmö are over 70 years of age. Fourteen per cent had no one to ask for help at home if needed. Seventy-two per cent understood the ...
  • Razis Dennis V. (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    Ethics is one of the forces shaping the life of human societies and the ethical system contributes to the group's survival and to keep peace and order to satisfy social needs. The definitions of ethics, of what is good and ...
  • Caplan Elinor (Oxford University Press, 1990-03-01)
  • Durand-Zaleski Isabelle; Jolly Dominique (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    The structure of the Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris renders necessary an inhouse centralized technology assessment unit. This unit, named CEDIT (Committee for the Evaluation and the Diffusion of Innovative Technologies), ...
  • Selbmann H. K.; Pietsch-Breitfeld B. (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    Hospital information systems may contribute in different ways to quality assurance activities such as assessing the quality of primary care, monitoring quality indicators, supporting clinical care evaluation studies, and ...
  • Svanborg Alvar (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    The report exemplifies how aging in itself, frailty, and morbidity influence need of quality of care in the age interval 70–85 according to results obtained at the study of representative samples of elderly in Gothenburg, ...
  • Högman Claes F. (Oxford University Press, 1990-09-01)
    The use of human blood has developed from transfusion of whole blood into blood component therapy. In addition, plasma has been made available for fractionation using large scale, industrial methods. Fortunately enough, ...
  • Reerink Evert (Oxford University Press, 1990-03-01)
    In The Netherlands, quality assurance activities in hospitals began in 1976 with a formal declaration of the National Specialists Organization that quality assurance is a task of the medical profession. It was also recognized ...