An Example of an Interdisciplinary TQM/CQI Project: Prescription of Liquid Nutritional Supplements
Continuous Improvement as Part of the Organizational Culture
Customer Satisfaction in Health Care [PDF]
Developing and Implementing a Quality Improvement Plan in an Acute Care Hospital Setting
Outcomes/Quality Assurance: Cost Effectiveness
Outcomes/Quality Assurance: Diagnostic Tests for Swallowing
Outcomes/Quality Assurance: Swallowing Outcomes
Quality Improvement: The Basics [PDF]
Surviving With the Priniciples of Quality Improvement
University Quality Improvement Example
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One-Touch Emergency Response: A new app enables people with hearing and speech difficulties to summon first responders with a tap to their smartphones—no talking required.
Realizing the Power of Communication: A clinician’s early interest in drama therapy leads her to speech-language pathology—a career that also advances human connection through communication.
The Write Choice: Laurie Budgar combines her experiences as an SLP and journalist in a job that allows her to help people broadly through her expertise in communication.
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