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                            Health Technology Assessment 2010; Vol. 14: No. 10
	Abstract
	List of abbreviations
	Executive summary
	Chapter 1  Introduction
	Chapter 2  Assessing quality of care from hospital case notes: comparison of reliability and utility of holistic (implicit) and criterion-based (explicit) methods
		Background
		Methods
		Results
		Discussion
	Chapter 3  What is the relationship between information on quality of care from case notes and hospital-level outcomes of care?
		Background
		Methods
		Results
		Discussion
	Chapter 4  Overall conclusions of the research
		Implications for reviewing quality of care
		Relationships between quality and outcome of care
	Chapter 5  Future research agenda
	Acknowledgements
	References
	Appendix 1  COPD review criteria
	Appendix 2  Heart failure review criteria
	Appendix 3  Validity of review criterion questionnaire (COPD)
	Appendix 4  A holistic review data collection page
	Appendix 5  Reviewer training scenarios to assist in recognising variation in care quality using holistic review
	Appendix 6  Record review for safety and quality study
	Appendix 7  COPD – correlations between holistic mean overall scale scores and outcome variables
	Appendix 8  Heart failure – correlations between holistic mean overall scale scores and outcome variables
	Appendix 9  COPD – correlations between holistic mean phase scale scores and outcome variables
	Appendix 10  Heart failure – correlations between holistic mean overall scale scores and outcome variables
	Appendix 11  COPD – correlations between holistic mean criterion scores and outcome variables
	Appendix 12  Heart failure – correlations between mean criterion scores and outcome variables
	Appendix 13  Comparison of holistic and criterion-based review methods using structured clinical records in stroke care
	Appendix 14  The place of trigger tool methodology in case note review for quality and safety
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Health Technology Assessment 2010; Vol. 14: No. 10

Health Technology Assessment
NIHR HTA programme
www.hta.ac.uk

February 2010
DOI: 10.3310/hta14100

Comparison of case note review
methods for evaluating quality
and safety in health care

A Hutchinson, JE Coster, KL Cooper,
A McIntosh, SJ Walters, PA Bath,
M Pearson, TA Young, K Rantell,
MJ Campbell and J Ratcliffe

Health Technology Assessment 2010; Vol. 14: No. 10

Abstract

Contents

List of abbreviations

Executive summary

Chapter 1
Introduction

Chapter 2
Assessing quality of care from hospital case notes: comparison of reliability and utility of
holistic (implicit) and criterion-based (explicit) methods

Chapter 3
What is the relationship between information on quality of care from case notes and
hospital-level outcomes of care?

Chapter 4
Overall conclusions of the research

Chapter 5
Future research agenda

Acknowledgements

References

Appendix 1
COPD review criteria

Appendix 2
Heart failure review criteria

Appendix 3
Validity of review criterion questionnaire (COPD)

Appendix 4
A holistic review data collection page

Appendix 5
Reviewer training scenarios to assist in recognising variation in care quality using holistic
review

Appendix 6
Record review for safety and quality study

Appendix 7
COPD – correlations between holistic mean overall scale scoresa and outcome variables

Appendix 8
Heart failure – correlations between holistic mean overall scale scoresa and outcome
variables

Appendix 9
COPD – correlations between holistic mean phase scale scores and outcome variables

Appendix 10
Heart failure – correlations between holistic mean overall scale scores and outcome
variables

Appendix 11
COPD – correlations between holistic mean criterion scores and outcome variables

Appendix 12
Heart failure – correlations between mean criterion scores and outcome variables

Appendix 13
Comparison of holistic and criterion-based review methods using structured clinical records
in stroke care

Appendix 14
The place of trigger tool methodology in case note review for quality and safety

Health Technology Assessment reports published to date

Health Technology Assessment
programme

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