Articles by Keyword - Quality

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Columns: Value of Patient Care Services in Rheumatology Gets Boost

By developing guidelines, quality measures, data on patient outcomes, the ACR helps rheumatologists translate the value of their work to the world

From the College: Rheumatology Informatics System for Effectiveness Registry Can Improve Patient Care

RISE data entry process syncs with patients' electronic health records to create quality improvement reports, chart progress

From the College: Rheumatology Informatics System for Effectiveness Registry Can Help Physicians Improve Practice Performance

RISE system compares physician practices with national benchmarks, links physicians with electronic health records

Features: University of California at San Francisco Rheumatology Division Recognized for Excellence

Diversity, depth of department's clinical and research programs are its hallmarks

From the College: Physician Group Practices Can Participate in Physician Quality Reporting System

Eligible professionals can register for group practice reporting option in 2014

News: Pharmacists Raise Level of Care for Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis

Study finds multidisciplinary care approach results in better pain management, functionality and quality of life

From the College: 2014 Physician Quality Reporting System; Important Dates, Deadlines

PQRS reporting deadlines required to meet to reap incentives, avoid penalties

From the College: What Rheumatologists Need to Know about Modifications to the Physician Quality Reporting System in 2014

Changes include modifying claims reporting mechanism as it relates to the rheumatoid arthritis measures group

Columns: Speak Out Rheum: Are Independent Measures of Patient Satisfaction Reliable?

Patient survey questionnaires, metrics to gauge physician performance may not be trustworthy indicators of quality of patient care

Meeting: 2013 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: New Tools to Measure Quality in Rheumatology

Rising healthcare costs, shifting market forces will require rheumatologists to adapt new quality measurement techniques, more effective patient care models, better rheumatology registries



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