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    conduct the study that would address the delivery and quality of care. Studies undertaken by the NAS and the Institute of Medicine (IOM) were conducted by a 17-member expert committee, including experts in medicine, nursing, home health and social services, law, economics, epidemiology and statistics, decision analysis, and quality assessment and assurance (Lohr 1990). In order for the scope of study to more precise, the committee considered quality issues only as they relate to elderly Medicare beneficiaries

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    insurance does not guarantee that individuals have access to health care. Often in rural communities, they have a shortage of medical personnels. Families living in these areas travel long distances to seek medical attention. According to the children’s health foundation, 9 million of children are still uninsured, 3.2 million deals with transportation barriers and 11.5 million suffer with gaps in their coverage. When the Affordable Act Care came out in 2009, they promised families they would get to keep

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    Quality in health care is making sure that the patient that is being attended to, is receiving the right care at the right time. Quality means different thing to different people. Some weigh quality on the amount of time it takes for them to be seen. Some say it is the way that they are treated and spoken too. Quality can also be measured by some by the amount of time that they spend with the physician. Quality plays a major role in every occupation. It is extremely important in the health care

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    Quality Improvement: The Foundation Processes, Tools and Knowledge Transfer Techniques Quality improvement in healthcare is “the use of a deliberate and defined improvement process” in order to respond to organization needs to improve the health of the population through quality (Bialker, Beitsch, Cofsky, 2010). Quality Improvement tools and techniques have been used considerably in Health Care Organizations in order to solve many major problems that the organization may have. One tool that is often

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    Quality is one of the most essential elements of healthcare. As stated by the Agency of Health Research and Quality, “Everyday, millions of Americans receive high-quality health care that helps to maintain or restore their health and ability to function” (Agency of Health Research and Quality, 2014). Improvements have become vital to the success of health care organizations and in the Healthcare Quality Book, it is explained that quality in the U.S. healthcare system is not at the standard that it

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    Quality measurement is a way to gather data, measure the data accumulated then report the data to the quality measurement team that is trying to improve quality care within an organization. Quality measurement is important in health care because the gathering of data can keep stakeholder, consumers and the customers informed about their options of care to receive by continuously working on giving the best care available in your organizations community. There is a multitude of ways to utilize quality

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    There continue to be many concerns confronting hospitals and other healthcare facilities in America regarding their quality care and patient care. According to The American College of Healthcare Executives (2015), “Patient safety and quality ranked second on the list of top concerns in the healthcare industry” (p. 1).” When a research paper is being completed, there is a results/findings section included, however, this section should not be used to explain the result of the paper but should be used

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    As a graduate student offering healthcare administration, one of the key issues relevant to this field is managed care and quality care. Most of the concern for the last several decades was focused on the cost of increase in healthcare delivery. Focus during this age was on physician patient relationship dependence; where services provided were based on ‘fee for services’ or what is called unmanaged or traditional form of healthcare delivery. With this system, patients were charged base on the nature

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    As a graduate student offering health care administration, one of the key issues relevant to this field is managed care and quality care. Most of the concerns for the last several decades focused on the cost of increase in health care delivery. Focus during this age was on physician patient relationship dependence; where services provided were based on ‘fee for services’ or what is called an unmanaged or traditional form of health care delivery. With this system, patients were charged based on the

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    Quality Patient Care

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    by the amount of successful surgeries performed, but by treating a patient properly even though he or she may not profit from it as much as another treatment. All in all, morals and compassion will provide the type of care that the medical community desires. Quality patient care should be defined as keeping the best

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