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Perioperative Quality Improvement

Perioperative Quality Improvement

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Quality improvement (QI) principles are increasingly important in every area of todays healthcare, encompassing efforts to make healthcare delivery safer, more effective, patient-centered, timely, equitable, and efficient. Perioperative Quality Improvement provides up-to-date, easy-to-read guidance for perioperative clinicians on this critical topic. Each chapter covers a pertinent area of QI in the perioperative setting, focusing on both concepts and implementation. Written and edited by key international opinion leaders in the field, this text is a relevant, concise resource for anesthesiologists, surgeons, nurse anesthetists, and hospitalists-anyone involved in perioperative medicine regardless of specialty area.

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Elsevier
92834
9780323833998
9780323833998

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Publication date
2022
Issue number
1
Cover
paperback
Pages count
448
Dimensions (mm)
152 x 229
Weight (g)
730
  • Background section.

    What is quality in medicine and why do we need to work at it

    Where does safety fit in?

    What is perioperative medicine and why do we need it?

    The case for improvement in perioperative medicine

    The value of big data studies in perioperative medicine

    Clinical trials in perioperative medicine

    Large scale audits

    Education in perioperative medicine

    System thinking for perioperative medicine

    Patient centered care in perioperative medicine

    Shared decision making for surgery

    Publication for PM

    SQUIRE guidelines

    Section One: Improvement Science Tools for Change

    Process mapping

    Stakeholder engagement

    Creating urgency - techniques to make the case for change

    Theory of change

    Measurement for improvement

  • Sampling

Run charts

Statistical Process Control

Checklists

Bundles

Common improvement methodologies

Background

Lean

Model for Improvement

Six sigma and others DMAIC

Others

Driver Diagrams

Social aspects of change

Leadership skills

Getting the message out (journalist / media expert)

Communication for improvement

Telling stories for improvement

Human Factors and perioperative improvement

Running a collaborative

Section Two: Putting it all together - clinical quality improvement examples

Michigan surgical collaborative - could have several different examples

ERAS protocols

Penn work

Brain Health Initiative

ELC and EPOCH

PQIP

Trainee initiatives UK

Other US examples - particularly surgical.

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