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Published monthly, The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to providing health professionals with the information they need to promote the quality and safety of health care. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety invites original manuscripts on the development, adaptation, and/or implementation of innovative thinking, strategies, and practices in improving quality and safety in health care. Case studies, program or project reports, reports of new methodologies or new applications of methodologies, research studies on the effectiveness of improvement interventions, and commentaries on issues and practices are all considered.

David W. Baker, MD, MPH, FACP, executive vice president for the Division of Healthcare Quality Evaluation at The Joint Commission, is the inaugural editor-in-chief of The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.

Also known as Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement and Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Safety

Publisher: Joint Commission Resources

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Volume 40, Number 3, March 2014

The Next Organizational Challenge: Finding and Addressing Diagnostic Error
pp. 102-110(9)
Authors: Graber, Mark L.; Trowbridge, Robert; Myers, Jennifer S.; Umscheid, Craig A.; Strull, William; Kanter, Michael H.


Glycemic Control Mentored Implementation: Creating a National Network of Shared Information
pp. 111
Authors: Rogers, Kendall M.; Childers, Diana J.; Messler, Jordan; Nolan, Ann; Nickel, Wendy K.; Maynard, Gregory A.


Long-Term Safety and Efficacy of a Universal Nursing-Run Intravenous Insulin Guideline
pp. 119
Authors: Dungan, Kathleen M.; Gavrilina, Tatiana; Andridge, Rebecca; Hall, Christine; Schuster, Dara S.


Development of a Web-Based Surgical Booking and Informed Consent System to Reduce the Potential for Error and Improve Communication
pp. 126
Authors: Siracuse, Jeffrey J.; Benoit, Eric; Burke, Janet; Carter, Steven; Schwaitzberg, Steven D.


Classification Tree Analysis of Race-Specific Subgroups at Risk for a Central Venous Catheter–Related Bloodstream Infection
pp. 134
Authors: Studnicki, James; Ekezue, Bola F.; Tsulukidze, Maka; Honoré, Peggy; Moonesinghe, Ramal; Fisher, John


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pp. 96-145(50)


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