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Improving Quality of Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Workshop Summary (2015) Popular

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Categoría: a) Fundamentación de la bioética
Autor: Gillian J. Buckley and Rachel E. Pittluck
Edición: The National Academie Press, 2015
ISBN: 978-0-309-37342-5
Precio: 54$

Quality of care is a priority for U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The agency's missions abroad and their host country partners work in quality improvement, but a lack of evidence about the best ways to facilitate such improvements has constrained their informed selection of interventions. Six different methods - accreditation, COPE, improvement collaborative, standards-based management and recognitions (SBM-R), supervision, and clinical in-service training - currently make up the majority of this investment for USAID missions. As their already substantial investment in quality grows, there is demand for more scientific evidence on how to reliably improve quality of care in poor countries. USAID missions, and many other organizations spending on quality improvement, would welcome more information about how different strategies work to improve quality, when and where certain tools are most effective, and the best ways to measure success and shortcomings.

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