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Quality assurance

By Maurice A.M. Cauchi


The concept of quality assurance refers more specifically to the process of objectifying and clearly enunciating goals, and providing means of assessing the outcomes. In this article the author mentions four fundamental elements of quality assurance which should be applied in the medical profession in Malta. These elements should relate to professional performance, resource utilisation, risk management and patient satisfaction. The aim of the medical professionals in Malta is to provide the best medical practice possible of which the patient may be truly satisfied

Topics: Medical care -- Malta -- Quality control, Quality assurance, Health care -- Malta
Publisher: Maltese Medical Journal
Year: 1993
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Provided by: OAR@UM

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