Physician Alasdair Millar believes that QI siphons resources for little return and threatens health
YES Quality improvement (QI) is now a dominating influence in health care. The overall aims are good: to ensure patient safety, avoid errors and achieve optimum health “outcomes”. Who would dare criticise? I argue that clinical QI practice is failing to satisfy its ostensible aims and is a threat to health.
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