Policy experts suggest changes to improve quality of care

05/23/2013 | Health Affairs Blog

Health care experts writing in a Health Affairs blog proposed seven policy changes to improve health care quality, such as measuring outcomes instead of processes and making better use of performance measures to reduce quality deficiencies. The group said quality should be measured at the organizational, not clinician, level, and one entity should get the job of defining, measuring and reporting standards for quality and cost data.

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