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Creation of a Hyponatremia Registry Supported by an Industry-Derived Quality Control Methodology

N. Fuentes, V. Pazo, M. L. Posadas-Martínez, H. Michellangelo, G. Waisman, F. González Bernaldo De Quirós, D. Giunta
2011 Applied Clinical Informatics  
Objective: This paper describes the creation of a registry for hyponatremia within a single institution that employs industry-based approaches for quality management to optimize data accuracy and completeness  ...  A formalized statistically based quality control methodology was developed and implemented to analyze and monitor all the process indicators that were developed to ensure data quality.  ...  We also would like to thank to Marcelo Serra, Marcelo Vallone, Cristina Elizondo, M.C. Berecoechea and David Lobach for their collaboration in this report.  ... 
doi:10.4338/aci-2010-07-ra-0040 pmid:23616856 pmcid:PMC3631907 fatcat:hagcrittkjcljd6b3xag4zewsa

How to Conduct Prospective Life Cycle Assessment for Emerging Technologies? A Systematic Review and Methodological Guidance

Nils Thonemann, Anna Schulte, Daniel Maga
2020 Sustainability  
These approaches were systematically summarized within a framework to give guidance on how to overcome the issues when conducting prospective LCAs of emerging technologies.  ...  Data availability, quality, and scaling are issues within the data challenge. Finally, uncertainty exists as an overarching challenge when applying a prospective LCA.  ...  The issue within the data challenge concerns the quality of data used within a prospective LCA. For instance, data quality is decreasing while scaling.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12031192 fatcat:v2r34h6w6bht5d2aukoga2nvha

Queensland Emergency Medical System: A structural and organizational model for the emergency medical system in Australia

Gerry FitzGerald, Vivienne Tippett, Michael Schuetz, Michele Clark, Trevor Tighe, Noel Gillard, Jim Higgins, Mark Elcock
2009 Emergency Medicine Australasia  
Many correctly believe that the system is not a 'medical' system but rather a 'health care' system however, this debate arguably detracts from the essential principle of a 'systematic' approach to coordinating  ...  Quality review of the system is one of the responsibilities of the consultative mechanisms outlined above. In 2006 a QEMS Quality Council was formed to monitor clinical outcomes within QEMS.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1742-6723.2009.01244.x pmid:20002723 fatcat:3orx6hu3hbbvjmlejxn6dbv6v4

Emergency Departments [chapter]

Salman Alharethi, Abdullah Gani, Mohd Khalit Othman
2018 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
Mapping studies are utilized to configure and explore a research theme, whereas systematic reviews are utilized to combine proofs.  ...  It is essential to establish effective procedures to ensure that patients are treated in a timely fashion. By obtaining real-time information, it is expected that intelligent decisions would be made.  ...  EDs require leadership [10] within management [28] to ensure control in EDs [29] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-03405-4_23 fatcat:5ocybca775cfdk225cflby6fm4

Quality of care should be a core consideration in health systems recovery from COVID-19

Matthew Neilson, Sheila Leatherman
2021 IJQHC Communications  
Firstly, there is a need for systematic consideration of quality within formal recovery planning, requiring intentional efforts to analyse quality challenges, identify opportunities for action within emerging  ...  through a focus on quality of care within health systems recovery from COVID-19.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ijcoms/lyab005 fatcat:tftggzbx6zgohlzlc74pc5mrae

Empowering professional and ethical balance in digital record management

Miftachul Huda
2021 Organizational Cybersecurity Journal: Practice, Process and People  
provide an ultimate application guideline as a counter measure against the emerging challenges of the dynamic records management system needs to adopt appropriate professional and ethical empowerment  ...  PurposeThis paper aims to examine the professional skills and ethical values balanced to generate policies and procedures with significant guidance to give insights into systematic control of integrating  ...  This aims to achieve the sufficient guideline provided in considering the particular attribution to ensure the systematic approach on the records management responsibilities.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ocj-06-2021-0016 fatcat:comgszwk2zewzhxw4sag3ixyim

A quality framework for health services developed through an inclusive approach

Trish Markham, Michelle Butler, Martin McNamara
2015 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
This provided a method of social inquiry with the purpose of developing a theory through a systematic and rigorous approach to examine and advance emerging concepts.  ...  of a quality framework for the Irish health system.  ...  They provided assistance in the study design including the interpretation and presentation of the data.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v5n5p110 fatcat:h54za3u6mfdddepfrgzhteji5q

Resilient healthcare theory as a lens to research emergency department operations: a protocol for a scoping review

Peter Thomas Chessum, Mark Sujan, Andreas Xyrichis, Janet E Anderson
2021 BMJ Open  
Despite the complexity of ED operations, quality and safety improvement are often approached in a reactive, linear and reductionist manner.  ...  There is increasing interest in adopting Resilient Healthcare (RHC) techniques based on complex systems thinking as a method for quality improvement and research in EDs.  ...  adjustments to processes to ensure consistent levels of care. 2 3 Despite the complexity of operations, research and quality improvements are often only approached in a reactive, linear and reductionist  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-053701 fatcat:u3jhryuk5bdnfe5wcv6kxmjfpe

Transition in care from paramedics to emergency department nurses: a systematic review protocol

Gudrun Reay, Jill M. Norris, K. Alix Hayden, Joanna Abraham, Katherine Yokom, Lorelli Nowell, Gerald C. Lazarenko, Eddy S. Lang
2017 Systematic Reviews  
We will use narrative and thematic synthesis to integrate and explore relationships within the data. Should the data permit, a meta-analysis will be conducted.  ...  In this systematic review, we aim to examine (1) factors that mitigate or improve transitions in care specifically from EMS practitioners to ED nurses, and (2) effectiveness of interventional strategies  ...  Funding This review was funded through an Emergency Strategic Clinical Network Systematic Review Grant from Alberta Health Services. The funder had no role in the development of this protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13643-017-0651-z pmid:29258599 pmcid:PMC5738052 fatcat:ziohrrrcyjcxdfttwcvdkthgna

Time for metrics in emergency surgical care – the role of an emergency surgery registry

Randal Parlour, Alison Johnson, Paula Loughlin, Angus Watson, Michael Sugrue, Anne Drake
2019 Anaesthesiology Intensive Therapy  
It is suggested that emergency surgery registries may provide a suitable foundation to enable interventions that lead to improvements in quality in this area.  ...  The barriers to achieving high-quality, safe, and effective EGS care across health systems are manifold and multifactorial.  ...  Simultaneously, there is a clear requirement to generate prospective outcome and safety data that enable quality measurement within services and benchmarking across hospitals and health systems.  ... 
doi:10.5114/ait.2019.87360 pmid:31434470 fatcat:v4crob2kwfa33iow2nhimytcra

Defining and Developing a Generic Framework for Monitoring Data Quality in Clinical Research

Miss Lauren Houston, A/Prof Ping Yu, Dr Allison Martin, Dr Yasmine Probst
2018 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
To address this, a "fit-for-use" data quality monitoring framework (DQMF) for clinical research was developed based on a holistic design-oriented approach.  ...  Little attention has been given to clear guidelines and definitions to monitor data quality.  ...  Discussion A systematic approach to data quality monitoring is essential to ensure high data quality for confidence in data reuse and technological improvements for clinical research.  ... 
pmid:30815172 pmcid:PMC6371251 fatcat:r6qplpviobbfjps7oqndd6vyhu

ImERSE (Improving Experience through Regular Shadowing Events)

William Calvert, Joanne Minford, Carol Platt, Catriona Chatfield
2015 BMJ Quality Improvement Reports  
This combines patient and family centred care (PFCC) and quality improvement approaches to create a systematic organisational strategy for improving care.  ...  Systematic operational quality improvement strategies within the NHS are hard to find, although there are numerous published reports of sporadic departmental models and methods resulting in improvements  ...  The task which we set ourselves, devising a tool for systematic organisational quality improvement, requires the collection of a large volume of data.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjquality.u206748.w2843 pmid:26734410 pmcid:PMC4693064 fatcat:ciptkfsacjg2zmf7khcgzoe3y4

A systematic approach to chronic heart failure care: a consensus statement

Karen Page, Thomas H Marwick, Rebecca Lee, Robert Grenfell, Walter P Abhayaratna, Anu Aggarwal, Tom G Briffa, Jan Cameron, Patricia M Davidson, Andrea Driscoll, Jacquie Garton-Smith, Debra J Gascard (+7 others)
2014 Medical Journal of Australia  
Acknowledgements: We thank Rohan Greenland for his contribution to the content of this document.  ...  A systematic approach to chronic heart failure care: a consensus statement C hronic heart failure (CHF) remains a major public health problem.  ...  Research 3 Recommendations to achieve a systematic approach to chronic heart failure (CHF) care*CHF care model 1.  ... 
doi:10.5694/mja14.00032 pmid:25128948 fatcat:wwvdxpa3onhdtgtbyizkqt3qie

Complex adaptive systems (CAS): an overview of key elements, characteristics and application to management theory

Beverley Ellis, Stuart Herbert
2011 Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics  
Complex interactions and interdependencies emerge within CAS which cannot be understood or predicted simply by studying individual elements of the system; novel system behaviour emerges.  ...  A state between stable and unstable behaviour was discovered, attributable to interactions between agents and elements within a system.  ... 
doi:10.14236/jhi.v19i1.791 fatcat:mj3hrrhbo5aldo7dlevrpy5qwa

Guest editorial

Richard Wilding, Beverly Wagner
2019 Supply chain management  
This and similar insights provided the impetus for systematic review to be used more efficiently within medical research.  ...  Roots of the systematic review approach are to be found in medical and health-care research where appraising and synthesising evidence presented in multiple studies has been critical in limiting bias.  ...  On taught masters programmes, a modified systematic approach was also applied by students undertaking research-based thesis within the university.  ... 
doi:10.1108/scm-01-2019-494 fatcat:dmqhxeh77vd5rbrnq4hcnnyuga
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