American Journal of Medical Quality

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • ACMQ Update: Medical Quality Management: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition: To Be Released September 1, 2020.  35:362-364.
  • Accrediting Graduate Programs in Healthcare Quality and Safety.  36:441-448.
  • Administrative data versus corrected administrative data.  18:38-45.
  • Cautious use of administrative data for decubitus ulcer outcome reporting.  21:262-268.
  • Effects of Timely Antibiotic Administration and Culture Acquisition on the Treatment of Urinary Tract Infection.  13:195-202.
  • Evaluation of a Distance Learning Curriculum for Interprofessional Quality Improvement Leaders.  33:590-597.
  • Free them up... Effective patient safety and quality improvement require skill development.  23:418-419.
  • Full implementation of computerized physician order entry and medication-related quality outcomes: A study of 3364 hospitals.  24:278-286.
  • Hospital Variations in Severe Sepsis Mortality.  30:328-336.
  • Implementation of the Institute of Medicine Treatment Plan in Oncology Practice.  36:311-319.
  • Incomplete EHR adoption: Late uptake of patient safety and cost control functions.  22:319-326.
  • Is Access to and Use of Patient Perceived Patient-Centered Medical Homes Associated With Reduced Nonurgent Emergency Department Use?.  32:246-253.
  • LEAP: Lead, Excel, Achieve, Perform: A Report on the UHC Annual Conference 2011.  27.
  • Patient Handoff Education: Are Medical Schools Catching Up?.  33:140-146.
  • Patient-Centered Medical Home Capacity and Ambulatory Care Utilization.  32:508-517.
  • Physician knowledge, perceptions of barriers, and patient colorectal cancer screening practices.  24:116-122.
  • Quality in the Interorganizational Setting.  10:3-9.
  • Screening for clinical laboratory errors with medicare claims data: Results for digoxin.  11:25-32.
  • Shift-to-Shift Handoff Effects on Patient Safety and Outcomes: A Systematic Review.  32:34-42.
  • Summary of Proceedings From the Association of American Medical Colleges 2011 Integrating Quality Meeting.  27.
  • Systematic Review of Handoff Mnemonics Literature*.  34:446-454.
  • Systematic review of handoff mnemonics literature.  24:196-204.
  • Systemic barriers to diabetes management in Primary care: A qualitative analysis of delaware physicians.  26:284-290.
  • The Development of Validated Checklist for Foley Catheterization: Preliminary Results.  28:519-524.
  • The Development of a Validated Checklist for Adult Lumbar Puncture: Preliminary Results.  28:330-334.
  • The Development of a Validated Checklist for Femoral Venous Catheterization: Preliminary Results.  29:445-450.
  • The Development of a Validated Checklist for Nasogastric Tube Insertion: Preliminary Results.  28:429-433.
  • The Development of a Validated Checklist for Paracentesis: Preliminary Results.  28:227-231.
  • The Development of a Validated Checklist for Radial Arterial Line Placement: Preliminary Results.  29:242-246.
  • The Development of a Validated Checklist for Thoracentesis: Preliminary Results.  28:220-226.
  • The relationship between quality of care and costs in nursing homes.  21:40-48.
  • Using administrative data to identify mental illness: What approach is best?.  25:42-50.
  • Variation in public reporting of central line-associated bloodstream infections by state.  26:387-395.
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1062-8606