Reimagining Quality Measurement

Published in: The New England Journal of Medicine, v. 371, no. 23, Dec. 2014, p. 2150-2153

Posted on on December 05, 2014

by Elizabeth A. McGlynn, Eric C. Schneider, Eve A. Kerr

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In a reimagined approach, quality measurement in health care would be integrated with care delivery, address the challenges that confront doctors every day, and reflect individual patients' preferences and goals for treatment and health outcomes.

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