The National Committee for Quality Assurance reports that as many as 91,000 Americans die each year because they don’t receive the right evidence-based care. Provisions in the ACA may help spur adherence to evidence-based medicine to improve the quality of care in clinics, doctors’ offices, and other outpatient (ambulatory) settings.
- An RWJF issue brief shares insights from the Aligning Forces for Quality initiative on quality improvement efforts that can help clinicians improve care delivery and practice efficiency.
- Learn about the five things primary care providers can do to improve quality.
- Read five facts about Ambulatory Quality Improvement.