Reports and Monographs | AIHI - Australian Institute of Health Innovation

Reports and Monographs | AIHI - Australian Institute of Health Innovation

Frequency and variability of haemolysis reporting

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A benchmark study of the frequency and variability of haemolysis reporting across pathology laboratories: The implications for quality use of pathology and safe and effective patient ca

Variation in hospital pathology investigations

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Examination of variation in hospital pathology investigations by Diagnosis-Related Groups and associations with outcomes and costs

Staff survey on patient safety

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Braithwaite J, Westbrook MT, Pirone C, Robinson P, Robinson M, Michael S. Staff Survey on Patient Safety.

Secondary ambulance triage service models and outcomes: A review of the evidence

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Vecellio E, Raban MZ, Westbrook JI. Secondary ambulance triage service models and outcomes: A review of the evidence. Australian Institute of Health Innovation, University of New South Wales.

Doctors in Management: A systematic review of the peer-reviewed literature

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This review presents the results of a systematic examination of the peer reviewed literature published over the last two decades relating to doctors in executive management.

The impact of the implementation of electronic ordering on hospital pathology services

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Georgiou A, Vecellio E, Toouli G, Eigenstetter A, Li L, Wilson R, Westbrook JI. The impact of the implementation of electronic ordering on hospital pathology services.

Doctors in executive management: a systematic review

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Clay-Williams, R. and Braithwaite, J. 'Doctors in executive management: a systematic review', 2010.

Communities of practice in the health sector: A systematic review of the peer-reviewed literature

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Ranmuthugala G, Plumb JJ, Cunningham FC, Georgiou A, Westbrook JI, Braithwaite J (2010). Communities of Practice in the Health Sector: A systematic review of the peer-reviewed literature.

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