The road to better

November 2011
Modern Healthcare;11/21/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 47, p29
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The article presents an edited excerpt of a September 21, 2011 editorial webcast called "Mastering High Performance" that dealt with the quality improvement process in healthcare. The webcast has been conducted by Modern Healthcare while the panelists include Nancy Kimmel of Missouri Baptist Medical Center, Julie Morath of Vanderbilt Health System and Mark Robitaille of Martin Memorial Health Systems. Areas covered in the discussion are patient safety and medical care quality.


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