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Title:OECD Health Care Quality Indicators Project
Authors:Stevanovic, Vladimir (Author)
Garcia-Armesto, Sandra (Author)
Brownwood, Ian (Author)
Wei, Lihan (Author)
Fujisawa, Rie (Author)
Klazinga, Niek (Author)
Files:URL http://www.ivz.si/javne_datoteke/bilten/datoteke/174-Stevanovic.pdf
 
Language:English
Work type:Not categorized
Tipology:1.02 - Review Article
Organization:FHŠ - Faculty of Humanities
Abstract:Projekt OECD o kazalcih kakovosti zdravstvenega varstva (HCQI) nadaljuje z delom, s katerim sta začela Sklad britanske zveze države (Commonwealth Fund) in Nordijski svet ministrov (Nordic Council of Ministers). Dolgoročni cilj je razvoj in vzpostavitev zbirke kazalcev kakovosti na mednarodni ravni, ki bi lahko v končni fazi služila primerjavam med državami. Zbirka podatkov HCQI sestoji iz dveh glavnih področij: prva so redno zbirani kazalniki, druga pa kazalniki, ki se zbirajo v določenih podskupinah, kot so duševno zdravje, varnost bolnikov, promocija zdravja, preventiva in primarno zdravstvo ter odzivnost/izkušnje bolnikov. Prvi rezultati so bili objavljeni v Delovnih zvezkih OECD št. 22 in 29 in v poglavju o kakovosti oskrbe v publikaciji Health at a Glance 2007 in 2009. Trenutno obstaja okrog 40 kazalcev kakovosti,ki so jih nacionalni strokovnjaki potrdili kot ustrezne za zbiranje podatkov na mednarodni ravni ob upoštevanju vseh omejitev. Merjenje kakovosti v zdravstvenem varstvu na mednarodni ravni omogoča državam identificirati razlike v kakovosti zdravstvenega varstva in analizirati, zakaj do razlik prihaja. Informacije o učinkih storitev prispevajo k boljšemu razumevanju učinkovitosti ukrepov, ki so povezani z modelom zdravstvenega sistema in politik, ki lahko izboljšajo kakovost. Mednarodne primerjave prav tako podpirajo razvoj nacionalnih sistemov poročanja o učinkih, kot rezultat pa se poveča preglednost in zanesljivost.
Keywords:kazalci kakovosti zdravstvenega varstva, mednarodne primerjave, benchmarking, OECD, projekt HCQI
Year of publishing:2010
Number of pages:str. 14-20
Numbering:Letn. 26, št. 1
ISSN:1318-2927
COBISS_ID:1024229460 Link is opened in a new window
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Abstract:The OECD Health Care Quality Indicators Project (HCQI) builds on initial work by the Commonwealth Fund and Nordic Council of Ministers. The long-term goal is to develop and implement a set of quality indicators at the international level that could ultimately be used to produce benchmarks for countries. HCQI data collection is comprised of two main work areas: regularly collected indicators and those collected through subgroups such as mental health, patient safety, health promotion, prevention and primary care, and responsiveness/patient experiences. Initial results have been published in OECD Health Working Papers No. 22 and No. 29, and in a chapter on quality of care in Health at a Glance 2007 and 2009. At present there are approximately 40 health care quality indicators that have been considered suitable by national experts for cross-national data collection taking into consideration the appropriate caveats about limitations. Measuring health care quality at the international level allows countries to identify differences in health care quality and to analyse why such disparities exist. Performance information contributes to better understanding of effective interventions related to health system design and policies that can improve quality. International comparisons also support the development of national performance reporting systems and as a result increase transparency and accountability.
Keywords:healthcare quality indicators, international comparisons, benchmarking, OECD

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