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Intro to Healthcare QA

There are a number of key figures, both historically and in today’s health care field, who have influenced the growth and change of Continuous Quality Improvement. In some cases, they have created the models that we are using currently. In other cases, they have impacted our approach to health care quality greatly and continue to motivate and inspire us to do better.

These include (but are not limited to): More recently:

Edward Deming
Joseph Juran
Lucian Leape
Dr. Avedis Donabedian
Kaoru Ishikawa
Brian Joiner
Dr. Donald Berwich
Dr. Peter Pronovost
Dr. Atul Qawande
Dr.Robert Wachter
Dr. Paul Batalden
Dr. Brent James
Identify a key leader from this list (or another, not listed here, you wish to research).
Present a profile of this individual and how they have impacted continuous improvement in health care.
Identify what you believe are the three most important concepts that they have they have presented as a part of their work.
Explain why you think these are important and how you might include them in your role today or in your future health care career.

Sample Solution

first tooth, etc. The first haircut is also a symbol of incorporation. The childhood period lasts from birth until the age of sixteen, as age sixteen is considered the beginning of the age of maturity. In the next chapters, initiation rites are discussed. The author exposes and brings to limelight various initiation rites among different tribes especially the “the rite of passage” between puberty and adolescence. It should be noted that these initiation rites take different forms; it can be for acceptance or separation. The author moves further to stress the point that physiological puberty is essentially different from the rites of passage that celebrate puberty (transition.) A girl’s first menstrual period is not considered a rite of passage because it is evident, but the age she is permitted to marry is considered the marking point of transition between childhood and adulthood. Furthermore, the author exposes the processes of membership in the caste system, which he believes in hereditary. Though the caste is also occupationally specialized and each person has his assigned place in a precise hierarchy. It is important to note that incorporation into the caste occurs under specified conditions: A child is incorporated through ceremonies that fall under childhood rites. More so, the tools pertaining to a given occupation assumes an important place here because it is a true rite of incorporation that places an individual in a restricted collectivity. Although one cannot move upwards from a lower caste to a higher one, a person can move in a reverse direction. In this case, the rites of incorporation either are simplified or show a pivoting, because it is a lower caste that is honored and the new arrivals. Each caste is separated from all others by taboos, such that touching, eating, lying down or entering the house of a person in a lower caste automatically removes one from his own caste, though he is not incorporated in the caste of the person he has touched. The author then goes on to discuss the rites of betrothal (engagement) and marriage. At this point attention is given to the very important dimension of life, marriage. After the initiation and the rites of entrance into adulthood, the individual gradually becomes ripe to assist the society in the act of procreation which is established through the passage into marital life. Since marriage is at the heart of the society (means of sustaining the generation), it requires an important transitory period called “betrothal”. This rite involves the two individuals transiting into the status of marriage, their families and communities. Most cultures maintain a given period of time within which this betrothal would last. In some it is longer (ones that start at infancy), in some cases, the two individuals are allowed sexual relationship. This betrothal period has always been understood as transitory stage towards marriage. The rites that accompany this
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