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Clinical process improvement

Feb 2001 Issue
The Family Practice Management Practice Self-Test [Feature]

Here’s an easy way to gauge how well your practice is doing in everything from quality of care to quality of claims.


Jan 2001 Issue
13 Months of Quality Improvement: Did It Work? [Improving Patient Care]

The article completes a series on one group's participation in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's chronic care quality improvement project. This article offers lessons learned from the project and explores whether the principles of quality improvement were effective.


Sep 2000 Issue
Making Diabetes Checkups More Fruitful [Improving Patient Care]

The article continues a series on one group's participation in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's chronic care quality improvement project. This article explains how practices can "pre-plan" visits by making sure lab tests and other necessary services are completed prior to the patient's check-up with the family physician.


May 2000 Issue
As Good As It Could Get: Remaking the Medical Practice [Feature]

A national initiative may forever change the way medical practices operate. Isn't it about time?


May 2000 Issue
The Revolution Has Begun [Editor's Page]

Argues that the IHI IDCOP project is needed, that today's office practice is hopelessly broken and in need of replacement.


May 2000 Issue
Building for Tomorrow: The Idealized Design of Clinical Office Practices [Editorial]

A response to the article in this issue by Kilo and Endsley.


Mar 2000 Issue
Helping Patients Take Charge of Their Chronic Illnesses [Feature]

The best thing you can do for your patients with chronic diseases is to let them run with the ball.


Feb 2000 Issue
The Family Physician's Role in Reducing Medical Errors [Improving Patient Care]

The article will explain the kinds of medical errors that are common in medical practice and what physicians can do to improve patient safety.


Jan 2000 Issue
Practicing in the New Millennium: Do You Have What It Takes? [Feature]

Tomorrow's family physicians need new knowledge and skills to help them be old-fashioned family doctors.


Jan 2000 Issue
Forget Y2K; Worry About 2001 [Editor's Page]

Gives the reader a "to-do" list of jobs to complete in getting ready for practice in the 21st century


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