Mieneke De Bruin-Kooistra

Mieneke De Bruin-Kooistra
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) | RIVM · Centre for Prevention and Health Services Research (PZO)

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Introduction
Mieneke De Bruin-Kooistra currently works at the department of Quality of Health Care and Health Economics, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). Mieneke does research in Quality of Health Care and Public Health.

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Publications (11)
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Background Studies have demonstrated a higher risk of adverse outcomes among infants born or admitted during off-hours, as compared to office hours, leading to questions about quality of care provide during off-hours (weekend, evening or night). We aim to determine the relationship between off-hours delivery and adverse perinatal outcomes for subgr...
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Achtergrond: De zorgstandaard diabetes type 2 van de Nederlandse Diabetes Federatie (NDF) beschrijft de zorginhoudelijke en organisatorische eisen aan diabeteszorg. Hij is functioneel omschreven, waardoor taakherschikking mogelijk wordt. De zorgstandaard diende eerst alleen als basis voor het vormgeven van het zorgprogramma, maar met de komst van i...
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To identify a set of indicators for monitoring the quality of maternity care for low-risk women provided by primary care midwives and general practitioners (GPs) in the Netherlands. A Project Group (midwives, GPs, policymakers and researchers) defined a long list of potential indicators based on the literature, national guidelines and expert opinio...
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To review the literature concerning strategies for implementing quality indicators in hospital care, and their effectiveness in improving the quality of care. A systematic literature study was carried out using MEDLINE and the Cochrane Library (January 1994 to January 2008). Hospital-based trials studying the effects of using quality indicators as...
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In the media and in scientific publications there is a growing interest in the quality of health care and possible differences in quality among hospitals and doctors. Quality of care is important for patients who receive care and for doctors who deliver care. Central in this discussion is the question how we should measure quality of care. Indicato...
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In the media and in scientific publications there is a growing interest in the quality of health care and possible differences in quality among hospitals and doctors. Quality of care is important for patients who receive care and for doctors who deliver care. Central in this discussion is the question how we should measure quality of care. Indicato...

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