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Evaluating the impact of continuous quality improvement methods at hospitals in Tanzania: a cluster-randomized trial
International Journal for Quality in Health Care
Objective: To evaluate the impact of implementing continuous quality improvement (CQI) methods on patient's experiences and satisfaction in Tanzania. Design: Cluster-randomized trial, which randomly allocated district-level hospitals into treatment group and control group, was conducted. Setting: Sixteen district-level hospitals in Kilimanjaro and Manyara regions of Tanzania. Participants: Outpatient exit surveys targeting totally 3292 individuals, 1688 in the treatment and 1604 in the controldoi:10.1093/intqhc/mzw128 pmid:27920249 fatcat:ulqqaea6ebbana7xv3opq24gsy