Contributions of Clinical Biostatistics to Quality Assurance of Medical Care
Along with cost containment quality assurance has become an important issue in the discussion of our health services systems. Quality assurance of medical care is, however, neither a new speciality of medicine nor a new idea. New may be perhaps the increased expectations of politicians that improvement of the quality will reduce the costs for the health care system.
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