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Reply to [ARCHIVED] Quality Improvement Strategies for Ambulatory Care Settings

Nov. 3, 2014
1. Improve/employee Human Resource Personnel who are qualified in Ambulatory Case Settings; 2. Availability and sustainability of transport; 3. Availability and sustainability of drugs and medical resources; 4. Sustainability of finance to pay employees; 5. You have to have correct medical history; 6. Proper physical examination in order to come ...

Reply to Should Patient Satisfaction Be a Measure of Quality?

July 22, 2014
Patient compliance means the patient trust their doctor and recommendations made to them by their doctors.

Reply to Should Patient Satisfaction Be a Measure of Quality?

July 21, 2014
Patient satisfaction could be a measure of quality and safety because good and quality services results in patient satisfaction. Patient satisfaction may be obtained from suggestions box and/or patient exit interviews which could be done through a questionnaire.


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