How can data provide information to evaluate quality patient outcomes? Give an example of data that can reflect poor quality in care. How can quality improvement be a daily task in patient care? Why does continuous quality improvement need to be associated with change?
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Section 1, Chapter 1: Defining Patient Safety and Quality Care
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