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Quality assurance audits for healthcare facilities

By Karen Hill-Whitson / Special to Healthcare Facilities Today
May 1, 2014


For a healthcare facilities professional, the information gathered in a quality audit can literally save lives. So it is particularly important that the process is performed correctly and the information is acted upon quickly and effectively. 

Quality Assurance Audits (QAAs) should be part of a healthcare facilities’ day-to-day operations and are a significant part of managing staff. They are, at a minimum, a way to measure the performance of the cleaning team and consistent cleanliness of the facility...

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