Case study: Developing quality commissioning metrics to improve the quality of rheumatoid arthritis care

Case Studies | Published: 01 Jan 2012

A 2012 case study from the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society on the development of quality commissioning metrics to improve the quality of rheumatoid arthritis care through routine implementation of best clinical practice.

This submission demonstrates: developing and implementing standards, piloting data collection methods and multi-disciplinary group workshops to assist the project.

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Case study: Developing quality commissioning metrics to improve the quality of rheumatoid arthritis care