Comprehensive assessment of the quality of care in small-scale primary care practices.

  • Geboers H
  • Mokkink H
  • van Montfort P
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Introduction: In primary care methods are needed that help make an inventory of the quality of organisation and performance with respect to running practice audits adequately, participating in a clinical governance programme and making district plans for improvement. This paper concerns our experience with a comprehensive assessment of primary care practices. It also reflects on the possibility of identifying subjects and practices that qualify for improvement, and whether practices actually started improvement activities on the identified areas.

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  • Clinical Indicators
  • Coefficient Alpha
  • Data Management
  • Documentation
  • Exploratory Research
  • Factor Analysis
  • Family Practice
  • Human
  • Job Performance
  • Netherlands
  • Patient Assessment
  • Primary Health Care -- Evaluation -- Netherlands
  • Private Practice Management
  • Quality Improvement
  • Quality of Health Care -- Evaluation -- Netherland
  • Questionnaires
  • Structured Interview

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  • H Geboers

  • H Mokkink

  • P van Montfort

  • van den Hoogen H

  • van den Bosch W

  • R Grol

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