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Institute of Medicine. Council on Health Care Technology Priority-Setting Group Chair GEORGE THIBAULT Chief of the Medical Service.

Institute of Medicine. National Priorities for the Assessment of Clinical Conditions and Medical Technologies: Report of a Pilot Study. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. However, the 20 priority assessment areas identified in this report were chosen by the p~iority-setting group and do not necessarily represent the preferences or opinions of these source organizations.

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Report of a pilot study : By the Priority-Setting Group Council on Health Care Technology of the Institute of Medicine National Academy Press, Washington, . 1990, 107 p. ISBN 0-309-04236-4, 1. 5. Author & abstract. Report of a pilot study : By the Priority-Setting Group Council on Health Care Technology of the Institute of Me," Health Policy, Elsevier, vol. 17(3), pages 310-310, April. Handle: RePEc:eee:hepoli:v:17:y:1991:i:3:p:310-310.

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International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, Vol. 24. 24, Issue. NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme.

Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Group, Priority-Setting. Other Authors: Technology, Council on Health Care. Staff, Institute of Medicine (. Setting Priorities for Health Technologies Assessment : A Model Process. by: Donaldson, Molla S. Published: (1992). Health Technology Assessment and Health Policy-making in Europe : Current Status, Challenges and Potential. Improving Consensus Development for Health Technology Assessment : An International Perspective. by: Technology, Council on Health Care.

Instead, this book sets forth a national agenda-with state and local implications-for reducing medical errors and improving patient safety through the design of a safer health system

Instead, this book sets forth a national agenda-with state and local implications-for reducing medical errors and improving patient safety through the design of a safer health system. This volume reveals the often startling statistics of medical error and the disparity between the incidence of error and public perception of it, given many patients' expectations that the medical profession always performs perfectly.

Report number: NG87, Affiliation: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

Report number: NG87, Affiliation: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Cite this publication. Objectives To evaluate the feasibility and potential clinical benefits of medicines optimisation through comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA) of frail patients with multiple conditions, by secondary care geriatricians in a general practice care setting. Methods Seven general practitioner (GP) practices in one region of Stoke-on-Trent volunteered to take part. GPs selected patients (n 186) who were local permanent residents, at least 65 years old and on eight or more medications per day.

The Institute of Medicine (IOM), in a report entitled Emergency Medical Services at the Crossroads and published in.

The Institute of Medicine (IOM), in a report entitled Emergency Medical Services at the Crossroads and published in 2006, recommended the development of evidence based performance indicators that can be nationally standardized so that statewide and national comparisons can be made . Initiatives to incorporate quality assessment in EMS, similar to other healthcare settings, have adopted the frameworks and principles of quality management systems used in the business industry.

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