The Ethics of Using QI Methods to Improve Health Care Quality and Safety
Baily, Mary Ann
Hastings Center Report 2006 July-August; 36(4): S1-S39
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Lynn, Joanne; Baily, Mary Ann; Bottrell, Melissa; Jennings, Bruce; Levine, Robert J.; Davidoff, Frank; Casarett, David; Corrigan, Janet; Fox, Ellen; Wynia, Matthew K.; Agich, George J.; O'Kane, Margaret; Speroff, Theodore; Schyve, Paul; Batalden, Paul; Tunis, Sean; Berlinger, Nancy; Cronenwett, Linda; Fitzmaurice, J. Michael; Neveloff Dubler, Nancy; James, Brent (2007-05-01)Quality improvement (QI) activities can improve health care but must be conducted ethically. The Hastings Center convened leaders and scholars to address ethical requirements for QI and their relationship to regulations ...
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