A multidimensional approach to clinical quality
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Quality improvement studies have come to the forefront to eliminate the failure rates related to patient safety. The concept of quality in healthcare needs to be viewed from a broader perspective. The dimensions of healthcare quality have been tried to be expressed by many institutions and authors from different perspectives. A multidimensional approach to clinical quality aims to develop a more comprehensive perspective regarding the prevention of medical errors. Many factors, such as evidence-based practices, working environment, teamwork and the infrastructure of information technologies, are effective in the clinical quality process. Evidence-based medicine is a systematic approach for physicians to make decisions based on the best available evidence, combined with their own experience and patient characteristics and choices. The main purpose of evidence-based medical practices is to ensure that clinical decisions are made based on the best scientific evidence of the time. Starting with the formation of an appropriate question related to the problem, the process from the evaluation of the performance of the evidence-based practice consists of several steps. In this article, clinical quality is tried to be examined with all of its processes.
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