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Lester HE, Hannon KL, Campbell SM. BMJ Qual Saf. 2011;20:1057-1061.
This qualitative study conducted with focus groups of British general practitioners identified four potential unintended consequences of new quality measures: measure fixation (overemphasis of specific aspects of care), tunnel vision (missing important contextual information due to focusing on measures), misinterpretation of metrics, and potential for gaming measurements to inflate achievement.
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London, UK: The Health Foundation.
This program seeks to work with member acute care hospitals in the United Kingdom to build, sustain, and spread models of safety improvement developed during the Safer Patients Initiative.