Under new recommendations, IOM wants quality improvement organizations to focus on proving technical expertise
Recent reports that recommend modifying quality improvement organizations' (QIO) role in Medicare are causing controversy. The second of three planned reports from the private Institute of Medicine (IOM) about accelerating the pace of quality improvement in healthcare makes far-reaching recommendations about the role of QIOs in Medicare, including the elimination of their role in complaint review.
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