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Medicine and SocietyThe Quality Movement — Part 2Free Preview
Metric Myopia — Trading Away Our Clinical JudgmentList of authors.
Proliferating measures of health care quality may distract clinicians from what matters to individual patients and from larger public health problems. Has the quality-improvement movement gone astray by ignoring the complexity of both high-quality care and physicians’ motivations?
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Next time: “Peers, Professionalism, and Improvement — Reframing the Quality Question.”
This article was published on April 20, 2022, at NEJM.org.
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