Points out some important issues that must be dealt with when developing microcomputer‐based QA systems for health care. While no single solution to the problems associated with quality assurance (QA) system development exists, the first step towards an efficient and effective approach is problem identification and commitment to developing a strategy which addresses the issues discussed in this paper. Examines potential solution alternatives and associated pitfalls, and gives an example of designing a QA system, including a database management system with suggestions for spreadsheet templates.
International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance – Emerald Publishing
Published: Nov 1, 1996
Keywords: Database management; Health care; Information systems; Quality assurance; Spreadsheets
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