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The need for quality and health enhancement efforts permeates all aspects of care. The
definition of quality medical care is "the extent to which healthcare providers for people and
populations enhance the probability of intended healthcare outcomes and are compatible with
current expert expertise." The bulk of medical mistakes, according to the Institute of Medicine
(IOM) research, To Err Is Human4, are caused by defective processes and controls rather than by
individuals. Unproductive and unpredictable processes, a shifting patients medical mix, medical
insurance, variations in provider knowledge and training, and various other variables all contribute
to the complexity of healthcare services. The goals of efficacy and safety are addressed using
process-of-care measurements, which examine whether healthcare professionals follow
procedures which have been demonstrated to achieve the desired results and remove methods that
are prone to causing harm (Blouin & Tekian, 2018).
The goals of evaluating healthcare system are to determine the influence of health-care on
people's lives desirable results and measuring how health care follows methods established on
scientific knowledge or voted upon by managers to understand and be compatible with patient
choices. Because given system failures generate mistakes five, it is critical to employ different
process approaches to uncover inefficiencies, inadequate treatment, and avoidable mistakes to
influence system-related improvements (Barach & Kleinman, 2018). Each of these approaches
entails evaluating performance and using the results to influence progress. This chapter will
examine quality improvement techniques and technologies, such as failure modes and
repercussions assessment. Plan-Do-Study-Act, Statistical Process Control, Lean, and root-because
evaluation have been used to enhance the quality and efficiency of the healthcare system.

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1 Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) for The Healthcare Organization Name Institution Course Professor Date 2 Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) for The Healthcare Organization Abstract The need for quality and health enhancement efforts permeates all aspects of care. The definition of quality medical care is "the extent to which healthcare providers for people and populations enhance the probability of intended healthcare outcomes and are compatible with current expert expertise." The bulk of medical mistakes, according to the Institute of Medicine (IOM) research, To Err Is Human4, are caused by defective processes and controls rather than by individuals. Unproductive and unpredictable processes, a shifting patients medical mix, medical insurance, variations in provider knowledge and training, and various other variables all contribute to the complexity of healthcare services. The goals of efficacy and safety are addressed using process-of-care measurements, which examine whether healthcare professionals follow procedures which have been demonstrated to achieve the desired results and remove methods that are prone to causing harm (Blouin & Tekian, 2018). The goals of evaluating healthcare system are to determine the influence of health-care on people's lives desirable results and measuring how health care follows methods established on scientific knowledge or voted upon by managers to understand and be compatible with patient choices. Because given system failures g ...
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