Term: Process Measures
Last Updated: 2007-09-26
These measures reflect the actual delivery and receipt of care, encompassing both clinical effectiveness and interpersonal effectiveness (care). One of three key categories of measurement of quality of care, it encompasses both clinical and interpersonal effectiveness and includes technical interventions and interpersonal interactions between users and members of the health care system. The other categories are outcome measures and structure.
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