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Quality control of ambulatory care

a task for health departments

by Steven Jonas

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Springer Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State),
  • New York.,
  • Suffolk Co.
    • Subjects:
    • Ambulatory medical care -- New York (State) -- Quality control.,
    • Poor -- Medical care -- New York (State),
    • Hospitals -- Outpatient services -- New York (State) -- New York.,
    • Clinics -- New York (State) -- Suffolk Co.,
    • Quality control.,
    • Ambulatory care.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      StatementSteven Jonas.
      SeriesSpringer series on health care and society ;, v. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA981.N7 J66
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 178 p. ;
      Number of Pages178
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4554780M
      ISBN 10082612240X, 0826122418
      LC Control Number77024502

      Perspectives in Ambulatory Care T HERE HAS NEVER BEEN a bet-ter time to be a nurse. Es - pecially for those nurses fortunate enough to prac-tice in ambulatory care settings. The Patient Protection and Affor - dable Care Act of focuses on prevention and wellness as well as improving quality and health system performance. One of the. of complications following ambulatory surgery are rare.9,11 Continuous quality improvement is an important means of assuring patients are receiving the best care possible. ASCs are required to implement and monitor policies that ensure the facility provides quality health care in a safe environment. An ASC, with the active participation.

      Ambulatory care facilities such as physician offices and outpatient clinics are the most widely used settings in U.S. healthcare, according to the ECRI Institute PSO report published last week. The analysis was conducted by Healthcare Bluebook, a national provider of quality and cost data for health care services, in partnership with HealthSmart, an administrator of health plans for self.

        AAAHC is proud to announce the publication of the Accreditation Handbook for Ambulatory Health Care, released as version The new version of Standards will apply to all organizations seeking non-Medicare Deemed Status (non-MDS) accreditation with AAAHC and is the outcome of valuable feedback from our Standards Development Committee, client. The CIT addresses these shortcomings by eliciting a comprehensive set of behaviors that patients and clinicians describe in recounting actual medical encounters as either good or poor quality care. In sum, we have expanded our understanding of the commonalities and differences in patient and clinician assessments of ambulatory health-care quality.


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Quality control of ambulatory care by Steven Jonas Download PDF EPUB FB2

The scope of ambulatory care has expanded over the past decade, as the volume and complexity of interventions have expanded.

Safe, high-quality ambulatory care requires complex information management and care coordination across multiple settings, especially for patients with chronic illnesses.

AHRQ's resources and tools improve the safety and. A valuable reference for those involved in the field of ambulatory patient care, Improving Quality in Outpatient Services offers time-tested instruction on how to create a world-class outpatient program. It supplies a high-level overview of current opportunities, national quality programs, and challenges―outlining the policies, procedures, and plans required for by: 1.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jonas, Steven. Quality control Quality control of ambulatory care book ambulatory care. New York: Springer Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) For almost 45 years, we've helped Ambulatory Care organizations meet and exceed rigorous performance standards for improved patient safety and enhanced quality outcomes.

Get started on your path to ambulatory care accreditation today. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mildred Kaufman; Joyce Vermeersch; American Dietetic Association.

Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: iv, 72 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm # Ambulatory medical care--Quality control\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Ambulatory care sensitive conditions (ACSC) are health conditions where appropriate ambulatory care prevents or reduces the need for hospital admission (or inpatient care), such as diabetes or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Many medical investigations and treatments for acute and chronic illnesses and preventive health care can be performed on an ambulatory basis, including minor. This new text is the first of its kind, organized, written, and endorsed by the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nurses.

CORE CURRICULUM FOR AMBULATORY CARE NURSING focuses on the practice of staff nurses working with ambulatory care patients and coordinating the workflow in ambulatory care s: 1. The safety movement is rapidly accelerating in the ambulatory care arena, inspired by one major reason: The American Medical Association devoted a page report to the topic just before the.

Regulation of Ambulatory Care Services: The Charge. InNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo, seeing an opportunity for both quality improvement and cost savings, undertook a fundamental reform of the state's largest single program, Medicaid, through his Medicaid Redesign Team.

Ambulatory care is a rapidly growing sector with diverse settings which pose unique challenges for infection prevention and control (IPC). Many ambulatory care facilities lack adequate IPC resources and quality control when compared to acute care settings.

Patients, both healthy and sick, flow in and out on a daily basis. pmRoom: AB North Quality Improvement in the Continuum [ ]. The American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing (AAACN) encourages ambulatory care nurses to take the extra step in your career and get certified.

Why certify in your specialty. Validate your knowledge and skills Increase your credibility and confidence Achieve. Patient Safety and Quality Healthcare • APIC: APIC Text of Infection Control and Epidemiology 3.

rd, Edition, • Flex Monitoring Team: Promoting a Culture of Safety • Workplace Violence Prevention. Works Cited. The Ambulatory Patient Safety Toolkit is the copyrighted work of the Gunderson Health Systems, developed for the Safety.

Fung CH, Lim Y, Mattke S, et al. Systematic review: the evidence that publishing patient care performance data improves quality of care. Ann Intern Med ; 2. Lindenauer PK, Remus D, Roman S, et al. Public reporting and pay for performance in hospital quality improvement.

N Engl J Med ; 3. Studies have shown primary nursing as an important determinant of the perception of Ambulatory Care quality (Stone) and appropriately trained nurses can produce a high quality care and achieve good health outcomes for patients (Laurant).

A crossover randomized controlled trial of cycles of quality assurance in sixteen. Nationally representative data are limited on the quality of care for obese patients in U.S.

ambulatory care settings. We conducted a cross-sectional analysis of the and National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, which for the first time, collected patient weights and heights during a representative sample of visits to U.S.

private physician practices. • Ambulatory care facilities covered include – AmbulatoryAmbulatory surgery centers, Community health centers, Group medical practices, Indian health clinics, Military clinics, Mobile pressures in the health care marketplace. Providing high-quality care to patients and continually improving.

17 Just the Basics - Ambulatory Care Accreditation –1/26/17 on Resources: Big Book of Checklists The Joint Commission Big Book of Checklists – Checklists address key issues, including: survey readiness, performance improvement, staffing, infection prevention and medication management – Relevant to Ambulatory Care.

Standard precautions remain the basic approach to the prevention of healthcare-associated infections in ambulatory care settings. Careful adherence to infection prevention principles adapted for the outpatient arena will minimize infection risks to patients, healthcare personnel, and family members/visitors.

However, we think ambulatory quality represents a tremendous opportunity. A thoughtful, fast-moving organization can use quality measures as a lever to provide better care, improve the bottom line, and drive growth by marketing itself as a quality leader.

Quality measurement and performance improvement now are accepted uniformly as key strategies and responsibilities in the delivery of health care, 1 including in the management of gastrointestinal endoscopic services.

Numerous metrics for quality performance by endoscopists have been adopted in recent years 2,3,4,5,6 and now are being updated for Unit-specific measures .The three ambulatory care accreditors—the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF), the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), and the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC)—as well as other regulatory agencies place a high emphasis on safe patient.You’ve joined the ranks of more than 2, respected ambulatory care organizations that put health care quality and patient safety first.

It's time to embed those lessons learned into the culture of your organization for continued success and celebrate — you've earned it.