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Setting up a quality-assurance program: issues with impact on patient care.
Appl Radiol. 1987 Feb; 16(2):26-8, 32-3, 66.AR

Abstract

We developed a simplified approach to the setting up of a radiology quality-assurance program based on the standards of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals. This approach gives priority to the little-discussed issues that have maximum impact on patient care: the monitoring of the radiologic service as a whole and personnel performance. Quality control of equipment and radiation protection have been extensively dealt with in the literature and are omitted.

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eng

PubMed ID

10289743

Citation

Virapongse, C, et al. "Setting Up a Quality-assurance Program: Issues With Impact On Patient Care." Applied Radiology, vol. 16, no. 2, 1987, pp. 26-8, 32-3, 66.
Virapongse C, Clore F, Walker R. Setting up a quality-assurance program: issues with impact on patient care. Appl Radiol. 1987;16(2):26-8, 32-3, 66.
Virapongse, C., Clore, F., & Walker, R. (1987). Setting up a quality-assurance program: issues with impact on patient care. Applied Radiology, 16(2), 26-8, 32-3, 66.
Virapongse C, Clore F, Walker R. Setting Up a Quality-assurance Program: Issues With Impact On Patient Care. Appl Radiol. 1987;16(2):26-8, 32-3, 66. PubMed PMID: 10289743.
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