Are Quality Improvement Collaboratives Effective? A Systematic Review

Wells S, Tamir O, Gray J, Naidoo D, Bekhit M, Goldmann D. Are quality improvement collaboratives effective? A systematic review. BMJ Quality and Safety. BMJ Quality and Safety 2018;27(3):226-240.

Quality improvement collaboratives have been adopted widely as an approach to shared learning and improvement in health care. In a systematic review of the literature on QI collaboratives, the authors conclude that, overall, the collaboratives included in their review reported significant improvements in targeted clinical processes and patient outcomes.

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