Picture of Health

Coulson-Thomas, Colin
December 2010
Management Services;Winter2010, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p20
Academic Journal
The article focuses on using management tools to improve health care. It recommends the use of new tools to manage information, knowledge, and best practice to better support healthcare professionals and their relationships with patients as well as increasing public understanding. Diagnostic and treatment support tools that contain checks to stop situations can be utilized to minimize the risk of error. In using the National Health Service (NHS) best performance data, reviewing tools can be made regularly and be automatically updated when users are online.


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