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M. Castellano-zurera – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • ISQUA16-2645PATIENT EMPOWERMENT THROUGH HEALTHCARE UNIT Accreditation Process
    International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 2016
    Co-Authors: A. Rodríguez-benavente, Á. Palop-río, L. González-gaggero, M. Castellano-zurera

    Abstract:

    The aim of this study is twofold. First, to review the level of compliance of patient-centered care related standards after the first assessment. Secondly, to identify relevant improvement areas achieved through the Accreditation Process.

    It is a cross-sectional descriptive study utilizing data collected in the Accreditation Process of Primary Healthcare (PH) and Specialized Healthcare (SH) Units, between 2014 and 2015. Results describe the level of compliance for compulsory patient-centered care standards (stage 1) and the improvements achieved after the certification Process (stage 2).

    153 Units were accredited in 2014 and 2015 (91 PH; 61 SH)

    Stage 1. Standard description and % of Units complying against total assessed:

    1. Patient rights and obligations 100%; …

Ronald R. Price – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • TU‐A‐211‐01: ACR MRI Accreditation: Process and Pitfalls
    Medical Physics, 2012
    Co-Authors: Ronald R. Price

    Abstract:

    ACR MRI Accreditation was initiated in 1996. Over the years, the Accreditation Process and requirements have evolved in order to keep pace with the rapidly changing MRI technology. This presentation will briefly review changes that have been initiated in response to the changing technology along with the evolving changes in the responsibilities of the Medical Physicist for providing advice and support for system performance, quality assurance and safety. Specific differences in the Accreditation Process between conventional general‐purpose MRI systems and specialty (extremity) systems used for anatomical imaging and systems used for breast imaging will be discussed. Additional requirements that have resulted from the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA), common reasons for Accreditation failure and the anticipated changes and updates to the 2004 ACR MRIQuality Control Manual will also be discussed. Learning Objectives: 1. Review the responsibilities of the Medical Physicist in the Accreditation Process 2. Discuss the CMS/MIPPA Accreditation requirements as of January 1, 2012. 3. Review differences in breast and specialty (extremity) system Accreditation 4. Discuss common reasons for Accreditation failure 5. Discuss anticipated changes and updates in the ACR MRIQuality Control Manual

  • tu a 211 01 acr mri Accreditation Process and pitfalls
    Medical Physics, 2012
    Co-Authors: Ronald R. Price

    Abstract:

    ACR MRI Accreditation was initiated in 1996. Over the years, the Accreditation Process and requirements have evolved in order to keep pace with the rapidly changing MRI technology. This presentation will briefly review changes that have been initiated in response to the changing technology along with the evolving changes in the responsibilities of the Medical Physicist for providing advice and support for system performance, quality assurance and safety. Specific differences in the Accreditation Process between conventional general‐purpose MRI systems and specialty (extremity) systems used for anatomical imaging and systems used for breast imaging will be discussed. Additional requirements that have resulted from the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA), common reasons for Accreditation failure and the anticipated changes and updates to the 2004 ACR MRIQuality Control Manual will also be discussed. Learning Objectives: 1. Review the responsibilities of the Medical Physicist in the Accreditation Process 2. Discuss the CMS/MIPPA Accreditation requirements as of January 1, 2012. 3. Review differences in breast and specialty (extremity) system Accreditation 4. Discuss common reasons for Accreditation failure 5. Discuss anticipated changes and updates in the ACR MRIQuality Control Manual

Awanis Romli – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • ICSCA – Review on the Effect of Student Learning Outcome and Teaching Technology in Omani’s Higher Education Institution’s Academic Accreditation Process
    Proceedings of the 2018 7th International Conference on Software and Computer Applications, 2018
    Co-Authors: Ragad M. Tawafak, Muamer N. Mohammed, Ruzaini Abdullah Arshah, Awanis Romli

    Abstract:

    Academic Accreditation standards are defined clearly in Higher Educational Institutions (HEI) plans, management, and delivering results of assessment student with learning outcomes. In recent years, all universities and institutions work hard to increase their approval privileges, skills, achievements through getting the Accreditation from HEI. The aim of this integrative review was to examine the current evidence on the impact of technology learning on student learning and academic performance and analysis the main factors of an institution Accreditation Process. The authors searched several electronic databases for relevant articles, with different learning techniques. The main contribution of this study lies in showing the general criteria’s of Accreditation standards that focus on essential technology enhanced learning, student learning outcomes, and faculty technology experience on academic performance of universities. The result from this paper is showing the relations between what have been done and presented before with methods, factors, suggestions to identify these activities.

  • review on the effect of student learning outcome and teaching technology in omani s higher education institution s academic Accreditation Process
    International Conference Software and Computer Applications, 2018
    Co-Authors: Ragad M. Tawafak, Muamer N. Mohammed, Ruzaini Abdullah Arshah, Awanis Romli

    Abstract:

    Academic Accreditation standards are defined clearly in Higher Educational Institutions (HEI) plans, management, and delivering results of assessment student with learning outcomes. In recent years, all universities and institutions work hard to increase their approval privileges, skills, achievements through getting the Accreditation from HEI. The aim of this integrative review was to examine the current evidence on the impact of technology learning on student learning and academic performance and analysis the main factors of an institution Accreditation Process. The authors searched several electronic databases for relevant articles, with different learning techniques. The main contribution of this study lies in showing the general criteria’s of Accreditation standards that focus on essential technology enhanced learning, student learning outcomes, and faculty technology experience on academic performance of universities. The result from this paper is showing the relations between what have been done and presented before with methods, factors, suggestions to identify these activities.