Quality Assurance in Government Hospitals. A Study Of Saudi Arabia (2013)
Quality Assurance is necessity in Medicare as without it would be justifiably impossible to cure patients and their given illnesses. Senior academics defines Quality Assurance as a methodically designed perspective that insures quality systems to maintain the specific quality requirements applicable for a product or service. It’s measured with customary standards achieved either through personal choice or optimal bench-marking and the given feedback ensures the level of quality achieved.
Considering the feedback falls to a negative cycle, Quality Assurance helps recognize the researched quality ailments and then helps in fixing the weakness to create optimum service and product. Standardization is very critical in providing best possible solutions. This becomes increasingly important in services sectors. Hospitals around the world strive to meet global standards where they provide best possible service, the nature of work in hospital is extremely critical and it involves dealing with lives of individuals.
Therefore utmost precautions need to be taken so that the best possible and accurate solution is provided to the patient. The major reason for hospital quality assurance malfunction is the negative assessment required to initiate a behavior in physician’s decision making ideology that would guarantee their ordering and utilizing essential and obligatory products and services. The prime motive for this is inadequate acknowledgment of the intensive expertise used to treat sensitive patients, a knowledge exemplified by the reliance of curative services and the patient’s reaction to these services. The dissertation will aim to;
- Direct the health sector of Saudi Arabia and develop a list of quality standards that will be used as comparison benchmarks with other Western countries and their public hospitals known for their utmost advantageous medical practices.
- This will help in comparing the provided medical facilities by Saudi Arabia and then using them as variables for further reference and intense descriptive study.
- The research will further aim to bring a factual potion between practice and theory and aims to bridge the gap between any disparities by identifying best international standard practices
- 10,000 words – 64 pages in length
- Excellent use of literature
- Good analysis of subject area
- Well written throughout
- Includes questionnaire
- Ideal for international business students
Statement of the problem
Purpose of the study
Limitations, Assumptions and Design Controls
2. Literature Review
Different notions about quality assurance in health care
Importance of quality assurance
Assessment of quality
Quality differences in private and public hospitals
Importance of standardization
Problems with quality assurance
3. Research Methodology
4. Research Analysis
Analysis of Questionnaire
Analysis of Hypothesis
Future Research and Limitations