CAIRO BOOKS's Description
This new comprehensive resource, Medical Quality Management: Theory and
Practice, addresses the needs of physicians, medical students, and other health
care professionals for up to date information about medical quality management.
In reviewing the key principles and methods that comprise the current state of
medical quality management in U.S. health care, this text provides a concise
summary of quality improvement, patient safety and quality measurement
methodologies. This textbook also describes the current state of global
networks and computing technologies, and provides an overview of ethics,
legislation, policy making, and accreditation and utilization management
techniques as they relate to quality improvement, including general approaches
and methods, support systems, regulatory constructs, and common outcomes.
Complete with case studies, executive summaries, and figures and tables, this
is a necessary guide for all executives and medical directors, academics and
students, as well as all physicians and other health professionals in clinical