Integrating unwarranted clinical variation into quality reporting
Unwarranted variation in procedures and outcomes (a key component of appropriate care) is a major challenge in healthcare. Reducing unwarranted variation in care processes and outcomes can reduce wasteful, unnecessary or even harmful care. Increasing attention is being paid to the rich information on care appropriateness contained in clinical registry and clinical audit data, but it can be challenging to interpret this data for broader quality monitoring purposes.
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