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2019 Quality Goals

Remus Beleiu

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School: Berea-Midpark High School
Internship Track: Applied Medicine
Year 2018
Mentor: Heather Blonsky
Co-Mentor(s): Rachel Shirley, PhD
Department(s): Quality Improvement
Abstract: Setting achievable quality goals is a vital part of any hospital's commitment to improvement. This presentation looks at quality goals that apply to all Cleveland Clinic hospitals, and the process of setting those goals in the context of peer comparisons.