QI Corner: Promoting Clinical Excellence: When the QI Process Doesn’t Go Your Way For many, 1999 is a year for introspection. As we look toward the year 2000, it seems appropriate to look back at where we’ve come from and to look ahead at our future. The Quality Improvement Study Section is now in its fourth year and continues to gain membership ... QI Corner
QI Corner  |   April 01, 1999
QI Corner: Promoting Clinical Excellence: When the QI Process Doesn’t Go Your Way
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  • Leisha R. Eiten
    Boys Town National Research Hospital
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QI Corner   |   April 01, 1999
QI Corner: Promoting Clinical Excellence: When the QI Process Doesn’t Go Your Way
SIG 11 Perspectives on Administration and Supervision, April 1999, Vol. 9, 11-13. doi:10.1044/aas9.1.11
SIG 11 Perspectives on Administration and Supervision, April 1999, Vol. 9, 11-13. doi:10.1044/aas9.1.11
For many, 1999 is a year for introspection. As we look toward the year 2000, it seems appropriate to look back at where we’ve come from and to look ahead at our future. The Quality Improvement Study Section is now in its fourth year and continues to gain membership from across Divisions and work settings. It is clear that the issue of improving the quality of our services impacts us all and will continue to be important in such varied areas as accreditation, professional competencies and reimbursement. The Steering Committee for the QI Study Section has now had a complete changeover from the original founding group. It is a signal that, although the Study Section is relatively small in numbers, it has the health and vibrancy to sustain itself with people willing to take a leadership role.
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