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    edited by Daniel J. Guillaume, Matthew A. Hunt.
    1. The many perspectives of quality and safety in neurosurgery -- 2. The history and future of quality and safety in neurosurgery -- 3. Clinical research in quality improvement: complementary approaches to improving neurosurgical practice -- 4. On developing the tools and metrics for a neurosurgical quality program -- 5. The role of clinical registries in health care -- 6. Measuring value of health care: the importance and challenges of measuring true cost -- 7. Teams, competence, and safety in surgery -- 8. Evidence-based practice of neurosurgery: implications for quality and safety -- 9. The physician handoff and its role in quality and safety -- 10. Improving operating room safety -- 11. Using multicenter clinical registries to improve outcomes -- 12. Improving efficiency and mapping surgical procedures using lean methods -- 13. Quality efforts for reducing mortality in neurosurgery -- 14. Reducing readmissions -- 15. Improving outcomes: big data and predictive analytics -- 16. Improving performance by improving education -- 17. Improving outcomes with subspecialization and regionalization -- 18. Quality of care and outcomes in pediatric neurosurgery: incorporating evidence-based practice -- 19. Eliminating unneccessary diagnostic imaging and labs -- 20. Creating national practice standards through collaboration -- 21. Use of risk model for assessment of resident perception of surgical complexity and evaluation of procedural competence -- 22. Use of physical education and nutrition program to improve outcomes.
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