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Journal for Healthcare Quality


Title Abbreviation
J Healthc Qual
ISSN
1062-2551
Electronic ISSN
1945-1474
Readership
Administrators, Educators, Health service researchers, Healthcare Executives, Hospitalists, Managed Care Specialists, Managers, Medical Directors, Policy Makers
Scope
The Journal for Healthcare Quality is an indispensable resource for healthcare professionals. It publishes scholarly articles that are targeted to leaders of all healthcare settings, leveraging applied research and producing practical, timely and impactful evidence in healthcare system transformation. The journal covers topics such as; • Quality Improvement • Patient Safety • Performance Measurement • Best Practices in Clinical and Operational Processes • Innovation • Leadership • Information Technology • Spreading Improvement • Sustaining Improvement • Cost Reduction • Payment Reform.
Sponsoring Association(s)
National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ)
Publisher Name
Wiley-Blackwell
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