American Journal of Medical Quality


American Journal of Medical Quality

Publisher: American College of Medical Quality

The American Journal of Medical Quality is the official Journal of the
American College of Medical Quality. The journal publishes original work in
the entire field of quality measurement and improvement.

The American Journal of Medical Quality is focused on keeping readers
informed of the resources, processes, and perspectives contributing to
health care services. This peer-reviewed journal presents a forum for the
exchange of ideas, strategies, and methods in the delivery and management of
health care.

The journal publishes:

* Research studies measuring quality in terms of productivity, cost,
timeliness, and patient and employee satisfaction
* Evaluations of the delivery and management of health care, including
the results of surveys, research review papers, and book reviews
* Timely reports on changes in the field of medical quality, utilization
and risk management, clarified with graphs and tables
* Content applicable to those practicing, conducting research, and
teaching in the field of clinical quality improvement, as well as academics
and other professionals connected to the health care system.

ISSN: 1062-8606

Managing Editor:

Deborah Meiris
American Journal of Medical Quality
Department of Health Policy
Jefferson Medical College
1015 Walnut Street, Suite 115
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Tel: (215) 955-0745
Fax: (215) 923-7583

Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Full-text available in PDF.format.

Current Issue: March/April 2006, Volume 21, No. 2

Date: 3 April 2006

Original posting date: 
Monday, April 3, 2006
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