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The prevention of medication administration errors (MAEs) represents a central focus of hospitals' quality improvement and risk management initiatives. Because the identification and reporting of MAEs is a nonautomated and voluntary process, it is essential to understand the extent to which...
Because the identification and reporting of medication administration errors (MAE) is a nonautomated and voluntary process, it is important to understand potential barriers to MAE reporting. This paper describes and analyzes a survey instrument designed to assist in evaluating the relative...
Underutilization is becoming increasingly recognized as an area of importance in managed care, where aggressive measures to control overutilization are creating concern among the general public. The author sought solid definition of underutilization and methods for its evaluation in the medical...
Our objective was to assess the capability of state administrative health care databases to evaluate the quality of immunization rates for a Medicaid managed care population. Data on 5599 2 year olds were obtained from a Medicaid claims database, a health department database, and the records of...
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