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A Quality System for European Orthodontic Professionals (Info Book) : Biomedical and Health Research - B. Prahl

A Quality System for European Orthodontic Professionals (Info Book)

Biomedical and Health Research

By: B. Prahl (Editor)

Hardcover

Published: 2000
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The objective of the EURO-QUAL programme has been to improve the quality of care for the individual patient. At the same time the need for harmonisation of health care in Europe was recognised. This Quality Improvement System (QIS) for orthodontic care in Europe comprises of 'Guidelines for how to implement a QIS' and reference material from the project teams: Financial Resources, Professional Development, Consumer Satisfaction, and Industrial Co-operation. In this respect the following topics are discussed: * The differences and similarities in local (national) quality initiatives. * The use of databases, as a technique to improve quality by comparing one's own performance against that of colleagues. * The influence of the different national systems of funding on both the amount of care provided as well as the quality of care. * The contents and the quality of the educational programmes, at all levels of orthodontic care. * Promotion of patients' rights and responsibilities before, during and after the orthodontic treatment. * A common goal and common language with the industrial partners by which the interaction can be optimised and communication will be enriched. This book provides the background information for the appropriate use of the European Orthodontic Quality Manual (EOQM). Strategies for the implementation of a QIS in orthodontics, taking into account the complex of the outlined aspects, make this book interesting for the orthodontic professional as well as the stakeholders (education, funding, industry, and consumers) in orthodontic care.

Introduction
Contents
Is there a need for a new concept?p. 1
Identify your principal responsibilitiesp. 3
A fundament does existp. 11
What is good treatment in individual patients?p. 13
Standards are not relevantp. 15
Every case contains important informationp. 17
What is a good orthodontic practice?p. 21
Start measuring your performancep. 23
How do I become a good orthodontic manager?p. 65
Quality systems do existp. 67
Improving quality is always possiblep. 71
Defining quality of carep. 75
Developing your own systemp. 81
A good orthodontic service: collaboration and responsibilities?p. 121
The variety of European orthodontics calls for harmonisationp. 123
Appendixp. 221
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ISBN: 9789051994797
ISBN-10: 9051994796
Series: Biomedical and Health Research
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 200
Published: 2000
Publisher: IOS Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.0 x 16.51  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.61