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    • Reflections on hospital quality assurance programs 

      Burmester, Haino (1996)
      This paper reviews the concept of quality assurance (QA) as it applies to hospital programs. It does not pretend to be a thorough or scientific bibliographic review of the subject. Rather, the practical observations and ...
    • Establishing a regulatory value chain model: An innovative approach to strengthening medicines regulatory systems in resource-constrained settings 

      Chahal, Harinder Singh; Kashfipour, Farrah; Susko, Matt; Feachem, Neelam Sekhri; Boyle, Colin (2016-05)
      Medicines Regulatory Authorities (MRAs) are an essential part of national health systems and are charged with protecting and promoting public health through regulation of medicines. However, MRAs in resource-constrained ...
    • Calidad de la mamografía y tamizaje del cáncer de mama en Argentina 

      Blanco, Susana; Andisco, Daniel; Jiménez, Pablo; Luciani, Silvana (2019-07)
      [RESUMEN]. Se presentan los resultados del Plan de calidad en mamografía del Programa Nacional del Cáncer de Mama del Instituto Nacional del Cáncer de la República Argentina, enfocado en mejorar la calidad de la mamografía ...
    • Developing a national patient safety plan in Guatemala 

      Lou-Meda, Randall; Méndez, Sindy; Calgua, Erwin; Orozco, Mónica; Hall, Bria J.; Fahsen, Natalie; Taicher, Brad M.; Doty, Joseph P.; García Colindres, Julio; Soto Menegazzo, Carlos; Rice, Henry E. (2019-07)
      [ABSTRACT]. Objective. Patient safety is challenging for health systems around the world, particularly in low- and middleincome countries such as Guatemala. The goal of this report is to summarize a strategic planning ...