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Study: quality improving at a modest pace


, : Study: quality improving at a modest pace. Healthcare Benchmarks and Quality Improvement 13(3): 32-33

Study shows 10.2% improvements in patient safety core measures. Worst performer among 44 core measures was ED patients who left without being treated. Hospital procedures generally performed better than prevention in chronic disease states.

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