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Quality of Care: Issues and Challenges in the 90s: A Literature Review

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Harrigan MaryLou. . 218 pages. Ottawa: : Canadian Medical Association; ; 1992.. $44.95.


Ann Intern Med. 1992;117(8):703. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-117-8-703_7
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A literature-based extensive review of issues, policies, and methods in Canada, the United States, and selected countries in the Commonwealth and Europe relevant to quality management in general, outcome evaluation, practice guidelines, utilization review, and risk management. Closing sections consider future trends and international comparisons. Bibliographies for individual chapters and a comprehensive appended general bibliography.

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