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Thresholds for minimum data set quality indicators developed and applied in icelandic nursing homes.
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|Title: ||Thresholds for minimum data set quality indicators developed and applied in icelandic nursing homes.|
|Citation: ||J. Nurs. Care Qual. 2012; 27(3):266-76|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-2012 |
|Abstract: ||A modified Delphi method was used to determine thresholds for Minimum Data Set quality indicators for Icelandic nursing homes. The thresholds were then applied to quality outcomes in Icelandic nursing homes for the year 2009. The thresholds indicate areas of good or poor care and can be used for planning services. Icelandic nursing homes seem to be doing best in incontinence and nutritional care. However, improvement is needed in care practices for depression, medication, and activity.|
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