1. Should healthcare providers be paid (reimbursed) according to the quality of care as incentive to improve their performance (known as pay for performance)? Explain why or why not (hint: www.ncqa.org)
- What criteria would you use to rate their performance?
- Can physicians negatively impact the CQI effects of a healthcare facility?
please note that “substantive” means that your post should be more than 3 or 4 sentences and should most definitely include references and possibly in text citations to support your work.
Just wanted to provide you some information on what I look for in discussion responses.
Example Question: Why is quality management in health care and hospitals so important?
I would write something like so…
Quality in health care/hospitals are extremely important. I want to have a great patient experience when I go, so I try to provide patients with an even greater experience. For instance, if you take your car to a mechanic, the people in the auto shop can be friendly and listen to your complaints but the most important factor is whether or not they fix the problem with your car. Similarly, when you go to a hospital or provider, you want them to fix your problem and help make you better. Quality management is centered around the management and control of producing great patient outcomes, and a healthcare environment that will facilitate the production of those beneficial outcomes. Customer/patient satisfaction is a very important part of quality control and this is an aspect of the health care business that should definitely receive due consideration. It’s all about quality management, control, and improvement. Alfred Sarkissian (2016) wrote an article in the Houston Chronicle. The article supports the aforementioned. Sarkissian stated “Quality management seeks to improve effectiveness of treatments and increase patient satisfaction with the service. With an aging population and rising health care costs, quality management in health care is gaining increased attention.” (para. 1).
Sarkissian, A. (2016). What Is Quality Management in Health Care? Retrieved July 12, 2016, from http://smallbusiness.chron.com/quality-management-health-care-62136.htm
Please note the policy from the University catalog.
PLAGIARISM The deliberate or unintentional use of another’s words or ideas without proper citation for which the student claims authorship. It is a policy of Keiser University that students assume responsibility for maintaining honesty in all work submitted for credit and in any other work designated by an instructor of a course. Students may not submit the same work completed for one course in any other course, earning credit for the same work each time. Plagiarism, because it is a form of theft and dishonesty that interferes with the goals of education, must carry severe penalties.
Please use the school library for your references, peer reviewed articles only. Attached is log in info and how to find these articles, no wikipedia no blogs allowed
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