The roles of providers in quality assurance

The roles of providers in quality assurance

The roles of providers n quality assurance.
The following items/requirements/questions will be assessed:
Part 1: Discuss the following:
1. The nature of the problem associated with physician awareness and education and physician involvement in quality assurance processes. Concentrate your efforts on how physicians are educated. Or aren’t they educated on this process?
2. The steps taken to increase provider awareness and active involvement in the quality assurance process.
3. What works and what does not.
4. Your recommendations for further or continued improvements.
Part 2: The following items/requirements/questions will be assessed in particular:
1. Managed care philosophy and initiatives directed at prevention and health maintenance.
2. The nature of the problem of vaccinations and access to vaccines relative to prevention and health maintenance.
3. The steps taken to improve quality.
4. What works and what does not.
5. Your recommendations for further or continued improvements.
Before starting this assignment, please view these videos:
How Do Vaccines Prevent Illness?

Preventive Care

Note: Answer all questions. Support your assignment with peer-reviewed articles, with at least 3-4 references.

Section B (3 pages)
compare and contrast the ratings of two hospitals in one city of your choice and then compare and contrast the ratings of two hospitals in another city of your choice. Make sure this second city is in a different area of the country with different demographics (for example: Los Angeles and Kansas City or Miami and Salt Lake City).

Section C (2 pages)
Discuss:
Part 1: While physicians may want to participate in quality improvement (QI) initiatives in their practices, many barriers exist that prevent them from doing so.
1. What are some of these barriers?
2. If you were heading this program how would you involve physicians?
Part 2: Vaccinations
There are two clear sides to the question of whether to vaccinate children or not. Vaccines work by preparing a child’s body to fight illness. Do immunizations cause SIDS, multiple sclerosis, or other problems?
1. Share your thoughts on the debate from a quality assurance perspective.
2. How would you answer the parent who asks if immunizations cause the above mentioned illnesses or issues?