Determining When Quality Improvement Initiatives Should Be Considered Research: Proposed Criteria and Potential Implications
Karlawish, Jason H. T.
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 2000 May 3; 283(17): 2275-2280
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Determining When Quality Improvement Initiatives Should Be Considered Research: Proposed Criteria and Potential Implications Casarett, David; Karlawish, Jason H.T.; Sugarman, Jeremy (2000-05-03)Quality improvement initiatives have become a major force in shaping health care. These initiatives are diverse but share a common goal of generating knowledge that will guide improvements in health care. Although quality ...
Should Patients in Quality-Improvement Activities Have the Same Protections as Participants in Research Studies? Cretin, Shan; Keller, Emmett B.; Lynn, Joanne; Batalden, Paul B.; Berwick, Donald M.; Bisognano, Maureen; Cooper, Jeffrey A.; Chernov, Allan J.; Warburton, Samuel W.; Hayley, Deon Cox; Casarett David; Karlawish, Jason H. T.; Sugarman, Jeremy (2000-10-11)
Taylor, Holly A; Pronovost, Peter J; Faden, Ruth R; Kass, Nancy E; Sugarman, Jeremy (2010-08)Questions have been raised about whether and how health care quality improvement (QI) initiatives ought to be reviewed to address possible ethical issues associated with them. These questions have focused primarily on ...