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Literature: Can Accreditation Work in Public Health? Lessons from Other Service Industries

Description:

This 30-page PDF report, prepared for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation by Glen P. Mays, reviews the literature on the experiences and outcomes of existing accreditation programs in health and social service industries in order to derive implications about the potential benefits and costs of accreditation for public health agencies. This resource is intended  for those just beginning to think about preparing for accreditation.

Toolkit:

Accreditation Preparation Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Accreditation, Performance Indicators, Quality Improvement

Jurisdiction:

Institutional Author:

Glen P. Mays for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Submitted:

08/12/2008

Modified:

06/22/2010

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