Different knowledge, different styles of reasoning: achallenge for guideline development
The development, monitoring, and reporting of indicator measures that describe standard of care provide the gold standard for assessing quality of care and patient outcomes. Although indicator measures have been reported, little evidence of their use in measuring and benchmarking performance is available. A standard set, defining numerator, denominator, and risk adjustments, will enable global benchmarking of quality of care.
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|Source:||BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine|
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