ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:

Nonclinical process improvement

Sep 1999 Issue
Re-engineering a Family Practice Center [Feature]

The authors' success can be a lesson to physician groups as well as residency clinics.


Jul-Aug 1999 Issue
Tips for Boosting Efficiency and Morale [Improving Patient Care]

The authors offer practical tips for increasing staff efficiency and boosting morale -- even in times of great turmoil and change -- and show how these efforts can improve the quality of patient care.


Jun 1999 Issue
Improve Quality by Understanding Your Care Process [Improving Patient Care]

The article argues that a good process yields good outcomes. It shows how practices can use patient input to map out the patient care process and find ways to improve.


May 1999 Issue
Holding the Gains in Quality Improvement [Feature]

In QI, enacting a positive change within your practice isn't the end. You must continue moving forward.


May 1999 Issue
Finding Diamonds in the Trenches With the Nominal Group Process [Improving Patient Care]

The article will explain nominal group process as a method for generating quality-improvement ideas and will show how one practice used the process to identify areas of improvement within the practice.


Apr 1999 Issue
A Team Approach to Quality Improvement [Feature]

To realize change, rely on the knowledge and experience of a team such as the authors', which improved the care of patients with diabetes.


Mar 1999 Issue
Quality Improvement: First Steps [Feature]

QI can bring about substantial, lasting, positive change in your practice. It all begins with identifying the opportunities.


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