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Quality Discussed in High Places … At Last

Quality Discussed in High Places … At Last Q~ Quality Matters "The cardinal virtue to embrace is unwavering commit­ The task of facilitating linkages between these and ment to each individual patient". (Donabedian, 1988) various other quality projects will fall to the Quality Management Program (QMP) of the Commonwealth Health Department which will be supported in tum by a Those of you out there slogging away as quality technical reference group. This QMP is working towards activities managers or coordinators may find this particular the development of a national quality management frame­ virtue difficult to embrace, or indeed forgotten altogether as work in health care, although such development would be you go about the day-to-day business of trying to make your expected to take some considerable time. program work. On the other hand, there may be times when this unwavering commitment is the only thing that keeps It is this technical reference group which will assist in you going and indeed glues your activities together. I find it the development of strategies for the implementation of heartening to note that this quote features in the preface to recommendations from Professor Reeve's Report. The what may well be the most important document to be report is comprehensive and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Australian Medical Record Journal SAGE

Quality Discussed in High Places … At Last

Australian Medical Record Journal , Volume 23 (4): 2 – Dec 1, 1993

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 1993 Health Information Management Association of Australia Limited
ISSN
0817-3907
eISSN
1833-3575
DOI
10.1177/183335839302300412
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Abstract

Q~ Quality Matters "The cardinal virtue to embrace is unwavering commit­ The task of facilitating linkages between these and ment to each individual patient". (Donabedian, 1988) various other quality projects will fall to the Quality Management Program (QMP) of the Commonwealth Health Department which will be supported in tum by a Those of you out there slogging away as quality technical reference group. This QMP is working towards activities managers or coordinators may find this particular the development of a national quality management frame­ virtue difficult to embrace, or indeed forgotten altogether as work in health care, although such development would be you go about the day-to-day business of trying to make your expected to take some considerable time. program work. On the other hand, there may be times when this unwavering commitment is the only thing that keeps It is this technical reference group which will assist in you going and indeed glues your activities together. I find it the development of strategies for the implementation of heartening to note that this quote features in the preface to recommendations from Professor Reeve's Report. The what may well be the most important document to be report is comprehensive and

Journal

Australian Medical Record JournalSAGE

Published: Dec 1, 1993

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