Articles in Patient Safety Monitor Journal - Volume 16 Issue 4
Studies show that income, the number of primary care physicians, and the quality of nursing homes impact readmission rates
As measles cases increase across the country, some physicians are adopting a hardline stance against unvaccinated patients
Although transparency is often met with fears of litigation, experts identify four domains where quality improvement relies on open communication
Journal for Healthcare Quality issue focuses on importance of involving patients and families
Three years after cutting a deal for $1.9 billion in federal funding, Oregon is seeing improvements
Two studies published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) indicate that improvements in surgical care are not dependent on tracking surgical complications.