Quality of care assessment: a comparison of five methods of peer review
Bureau of Health Services Research and Evaluation, 1973 - Medical - 343 pages
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adequacy Adequate Inadequate agreement Ampicillin antacid antibiotic assessing quality asymptomatic audit bacteriuria blood pressure reading chart chronic clinic col/ml condition Cont'd Criteria Statement continued symptoms correlation Creatinine Criteria Statement Judge-Group Cystoscopy Decreased activity developed diagnostic duodenal ulcer dysuria emergency room evaluation exam examination explicit process criteria followceup Fundoscopic gastric ulcer generalists hospital I T X implicit improvable initial LU LU Maalox medical audit medical care process medical record Medicine ment method mg qid month follow-up period obtained outcome data outcome judgment parameters patient outcome patients with urinary peptic ulcer disease physicians positive urine culture Pr-e Present Therapy process and outcome process judgment questionnaire RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROCESS Repeat urine Reserpine ro-e sample selected significant specialists stomach or duodenum study team TABLE tion Total ulcerated lesion unimprovable upper gastrointestinal series urinary tract infection variables X-ray