In its ten-year existence the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Health Center has been pledged to quality health care and has developed detailed procedures to assure its staff and consumers that such care can and does exist. An essential part of its program has been a committee established early in the center's history to continually monitor and evaluate

chapter 1|11 pages

History and Overview

ByDonald A. Smith, Eleanor D. Minor

chapter 2|7 pages

Patient Questionnaire

ByLiery Wynn

chapter 3|7 pages

Death and Drug Reaction Form

ByDonald A. Smith, Gitanjali Mukerjee

chapter 4|9 pages

Restricted Oral Antibiotic Control Program

ByWilliam Gordon

chapter 5|7 pages

Patients' Rights

ByLiery Wynn

chapter 6|9 pages

History of the Problem-Oriented Medical Record Audit

ByWilliam B. Lloyd

chapter 7|8 pages

Disease Specific Audit Case History: Gonorrhea

ByDonald A. Smith

chapter 8|18 pages

Comprehensive Family Care Audit

ByDonald A. Smith, Gitanjali Mukerjee

chapter 9|15 pages

Hypertension Surveillance System: An Outcome Approach

ByDonald A. Smith, Peter L. Schnall

chapter 10|12 pages

Dental Care Evaluation

ByMalvin F. Braverman

chapter 11|31 pages

An Outside Evaluation: The Morehead Report

ByMildred A. Morehead

chapter 12|7 pages


ByDonald A. Smith