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2018-09-19

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Rajesh Mehta, K. Aparna Sharma

ABSTRACT

Ensuring quality in healthcare today has become extremely essential to ensure adequate utilization of healthcare services and improved outcomes. In addition to essential infrastructure in terms of safe and adequate space, knowledgeable and skilled health workers, and essential equipment and supply, the healthcare teams and administrators must also acquire knowledge and skills related to quality improvement (QI) methodologies. This review describes the role of learning platforms in teaching QI skills to the busy healthcare teams. Through Review of the published literature, we discuss challenges of learning and applying new skills of QI in day-to-day work by healthcare teams, and how learning platforms can assist in capacity building. There is a significant body of literature on the role of web-based teaching technology and learning platforms in medical education. Using modern communication technology, learning platforms can be established to bring together the healthcare teams, with QI experts to collaboratively learn, execute and share their experiences in improving quality of care in their own healthcare settings. More... »

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803-808

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