Cross-Industry Benchmarking: Is it Applicable to the Operating Room?
Find this in a Library
The use of benchmarking has been growing in nonmedical industries. This concept is being increasingly applied to medicine as the industry strives to improve quality and improve financial performance. Benchmarks can be either internal (set by the institution) or external (use other's performance as a goal). In some industries, benchmarking has crossed industry lines to identify breakthroughs in thinking. In this article, we examine whether the airline industry can be used as a source of external process benchmarking for the operating room.
Marco, A. P.,
& Hart, S.
(2001). Cross-Industry Benchmarking: Is it Applicable to the Operating Room?. Quality Management in Health Care, 9 (2).