This competency assessment assesses the following Outcome(s): Cost Containment in Healthcare Systems
HA425-1: Assess the need for cost containment in healthcare systems given the influence of performance challenges and healthcare reform efforts.
The long-term success and prosperity of an organization is linked to the strategy it pursues over time. You are tasked with researching the history of quality improvement programs to better understand how to approach improving quality in your healthcare organization.
- Describe two or more pioneers of quality improvement. Include the following:
- Their major contributions to the field.
- Explain how their contributions positively impacted quality.
- Explain how their influence still impacts quality improvement today in their area of expertise.
- Discuss how these early pioneers’ work could be expanded upon to improve quality in a healthcare environment in the future. Cost Containment in Healthcare Systems
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