Quality Improvement (QI) Services

Quality Improvement (QI) Services are third-party organizations that assist healthcare providers in identifying, implementing, and monitoring strategies to enhance the quality and safety of patient care. QI services can help healthcare organizations achieve better patient outcomes, reduce medical errors, and improve patient satisfaction and wellness.

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"Understanding the self-management experiences and support needs during pregnancy among women with pre-existing diabetes: a qualitative descriptive study"

This research was conducted by Katelyn Sushko, Patricia Strachan, Michelle Butt, Kara A. Nerenberg, and Diana Sherifali. It was published in the journal BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. The study explores the experiences of managing pre-existing diabetes during pregnancy and identifies the self-management support needs during pregnancy among women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

"IMPlementing IMProved Asthma self-management as RouTine (IMP^2ART) in primary care: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled implementation trial"

This research was conducted by Kirstie McClatchey, Vicky Hammersley, Liz Steed, Jessica Sheringham, Viv Marsh, Atena Barat, Brigitte Delaney, Thomas Hamborg, Deborah Fitzsimmons, Steve Holmes, Tracy Jackson, Elisabeth Ehrlich, Noelle Morgan, Ann Saxon, Megan Preston, David Price, Stephanie J. C. Taylor, Hilary Pinnock, and the IMP^2ART Programme Group. It was published in the journal Trials. The study aims to determine whether facilitated delivery of the IMP^2ART strategy increases the provision of asthma action plans and reduces unscheduled care in the context of routine UK primary care.

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