|Statement||Alvin M. Goldberg, C. Carl Pegels.|
|Contributions||Pegels, C. Carl.|
|LC Classifications||RA399.A3 G65 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 193 p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||84021605|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goldberg, Alvin M., Quality circles in health care facilities. Rockville, Md.: Aspen Systems Corp., Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Quality Circles in Health Care Facilities by Alvin Goldberg and C. Carl Pegels (, Hardcover) at . A quality circle is a group of people in the workplace who perform the same, or similar, functions in their job. They meet regularly to look at different ways to discover and solve issues related to their role at work. Also known as a quality control cycle, these groups of people will normally be small in number () and be led by the supervisor. Quality circles have accomplished several benefits in the treatment of patients. This paper will discuss three ways in which quality circles and feedback loops have been used in health care settings. Identification of outstanding features for care; The use of quality circle helps identify feature of care for patients in the same health population.
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Background. Quality circles (QCs) are commonly used in primary health care in Europe to consider and improve standard practice over time. They represent a complex social intervention that occurs within the fast-changing system of primary health by: (Mouallem, ) Quality circles (QCs) are small, voluntary groups of employees or professionals, who meet on a regular basis (e.g. weekly). QCs are composed of employees with uniform interests and ideally come from the same work area; or another unit with the same interests, so the work is familiar to all participants. The design. A quality circle is a group of employees that meets regularly to solve problems affecting its work area. Generally, 6 to 12 volunteers from the same work area make up the circle. Quality Circle – Formation and Implementation Anand Jayakumar A, Dr C Krishnaraj International Journal of Emerging Researches in Engineeri ng Science andTechnology-ISSN:2 VolIssue