Published January 1, 1994
by Chapman & Hall .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
The text focuses on the practical aspects of quality improvement and the nurse’s role in the process, while acknowledging the importance of an inter-professional approach. In addition, the text focuses on the current state of healthcare quality in the US, critical trends in preventing errors, data, analysis, and planning and implementing change to reach improvement/5(6). The Model for Improvement (MFI) is the most commonly used QI approach in health care and one you will want to teach your practices. The MFI was developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) in and published in The Improvement Guide: A Practical Approach to Enhancing Organizational Performance (). Quality and Safety in Nursing: A Competency Approach to Improving Outcomes is the first comprehensive text of its kind devoted to the nursing community's role in improving quality of care and patient safety. Edited by key members of the Quality and Safety Education for Nursing (QSEN) steering team, the book brings together information from various loci and expertly /5(23). This ground-breaking book addresses the critical, growing need among healthcare administrators and practitioners to measure the effectiveness of quality improvement efforts. Written by respected healthcare quality professionals, Measuring Quality Improvement in Healthcare covers practical applications of the tools and techniques of statistical process control (SPC), including control charts, in healthcare by:
The Improvement Guide: A Practical Approach to Enhancing Organizational Performance. 2nd ed. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; Maxwell KL, Wright VH. Evaluating the effectiveness of two teaching strategies to improve nursing students' knowledge, skills, and attitudes about quality improvement and patient safety. Whatever the acronym of the method (e.g., TQM, CQI) or tool used (e.g., FMEA or Six Sigma), the important component of quality improvement is a dynamic process that often employs more than one quality improvement tool. Quality improvement requires five essential elements for success: fostering and sustaining a culture of change and safety, developing and clarifying an Cited by: Although quality has been thought to be socially constructed, with different meanings for different people and professional groups (Gunther & Alligood, ; Koch, ), nursing often borrows the definition of quality of healthcare in medicine and has not developed its own definition of quality nursing care. Without a clear definition of Cited by: 6. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTHCARE: Putting Evidence into Practice This text explores the different components needed to implement quality improvement in nursing practice. A variety of theoretical approaches are illustrated with practical case studies.5/5(2).
increasinglycomplexandcostly[1††].Asaresult,health care organizations struggle to provide safe, timely, and high-quality care, while still containing cost and satisfy-ing patients and families. Modern quality improvement (QI), based on the theory and methods developed by Dr. Walter Shewhart and W. Edwards Deming in theCited by: 2. management system: Quality Assurance (QA) and Performance Improvement (PI). QAPI takes a systematic, comprehensive, and data-driven approach to maintaining and improving safety and quality in nursing homes while involving all nursing home caregivers in practical and creative problem solving. •. Get this from a library! Quality improvement in nursing and healthcare: a practical approach. [Karen Parsley; Philomena Corrigan]. Fundamentals of Health Care Improvement: A Guide to Improving Your Patients’ Care, Third Edition, provides a critical resource to explore systems improvements and to advance high reliability and quality patient ished by Joint Commission Resources and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, the third edition is packed with resources — from examples of .