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By American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

This concise reference encompasses the entire spectrum of present coverage and administration concerns when it comes to women's healthiness care. up to date suggestions is supplied at the provision and association of caliber women's well-being care companies, on well-woman preventive care and screenings, and at the administration of universal gynecologic concerns. each one bankruptcy is supplemented via an in depth topic-specific checklist and sufferer print and on-line assets for extra details. 2014, nearly 650 pages ISBN: 978-1-934984-37-6

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Specifically, if the procedures for which new privileges are requested were not included in residency training, the applicant must do the following: • Complete a preceptorship with a physician already credentialed to perform the procedures of that skill level; the preceptorship should require the applicant to perform the designated surgery, with the preceptor acting as first assistant. • Provide a list of cases satisfactorily completed under supervision at each skill level, as defined by the local institution.

The Joint Commission also requires a focused professional practice evaluation for all physicians who initially request privileges and those existing practitioners who request new privileges. Options to consider are as follows: 1. Residency training programs Benefits: More locations are available, providing structured didactic programs and implementing competency assessment. Participating in these programs can provide a source of manpower to help compensate for restricted residency work hours. Drawbacks: Many hospitals with residency programs have only a limited number of cases available for training.

Quality Improvement in the Inpatient Setting An institutional quality improvement program evaluates the systems, processes, and outcomes of care, including those that are not under the direct control of health care providers. Because the process is meant to be continuous, there must be a way to assess the effectiveness of changes that are made. These findings can be a major mechanism for future quality improvement. Quality Improvement 41 Quality measurement should determine whether the care provided to a single patient or population of patients achieved good outcomes (outcomes measurement) or represented those processes that are thought or known to be associated with achievement of good outcomes (process measurement).

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