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Hitting the targets, but missing the point: Is Measurement Failing Doctors?

William Martinez - Jan. 25, 2016
A nice piece by Dr. Bob Wachter in the NY Times about how measurement can do more harm than good. The article points out the unanticipated consequences of the over emphasis on measurement and unprove...
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EHR measurement quality
[ARCHIVED] Global Surgery & Anesthesia

Measurement and Accountability for Results in Health Summit

Sristi Sharma - June 9, 2015
The Measurement and Accountability for Results in Health Summit is happening right now (Tuesday, June 9, 2015 - Thursday, June 11, 2015) in Washington DC. In this summit co-hosted by the World Ban...
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accountability Barriers to Access data databases global surgery health information system Health systems measurement SDGs USAID world bank world health organization
[ARCHIVED] Quality & Safety

The Physical Exam as Refuge: NY Times Article

Julie Rosenberg - July 11, 2014
This article talks about trends in the use of the physical exams among doctors. The time crunch, number of issues to discuss even without an exam, the ability of technology to better detect some condi...
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evidence measurement
TB Infection Control

Aerosols: Nomenclature, measurement and dynamic behavior

Aerosols: Nomenclature, measurement and dynamic behavior First, ScD, CIH, PE Melvin Microsoft PowerPoint - First - Dynamic Aerosols 1 AEROSOLS Nomenclature, measur...
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Air Change per Hour Engineering Controls Harvard Airborne IC Course measurement nomenclature Training ventilation
TB Infection Control

Aerosols: Nomenclature, measurement and dynamic behavior

Aerosols: Nomenclature, measurement and dynamic behavior Jensen, PhD, PE, CIH Paul A. Microsoft PowerPoint - First - Dynamic Aerosols 1 AEROSOLS Nomenclature, meas...
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2008 Harvard Engineering Methods Course Air Change per Hour Engineering Controls Harvard Airborne IC Course measurement nomenclature Training ventilation