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ahmadi M, gohari M, mohamadi A. Evaluation and comparison of medical records department of Iran university of medical sciences teaching hospitals and medical records department of Kermanshah university of medical sciences teaching hospitals according to the international standards ISO 9001-2000 in 2008. yafte. 2010; 12 (1)
URL: http://yafte.lums.ac.ir/article-1-299-en.html

Instructor Lorestan University of Mmedical Sciences, Khorramabad,Iran.
Abstract:   (8169 Views)
The transaction of human beings with one another and life in the present age especially with the contemporary technology advances have become so complicated that unless we describe a specific standard for each item and not obligate people to regard those specific standards, the lifetime will be tiresome. So the more the standardization and higher commitment to meeting the standards, the more the advancement and elevation of the society will be. Materials and Methods: This descriptive research was conducted cross-sectionally. The statistical universe of research was medical records department of 16 teaching hospitals affiliated to Iran and Kermanshah universities of medical sciences. Data gathering tools were five checklists adjusted by ISO 9001- 2000 international standards. Then the data was analyzed using indices of descriptive statistics. Results: The results showed that in the hospitals related to Iran university of medical sciences the criteria of resource management with 77% had the highest score, and the measurement of criteria analysis and process improvement with 47 % had the least score and in hospitals related to Kermanshah university of medical sciences , resources management with 61% indicated the highest score and quality management system with 33% had the least score. And the total mean of the standard criteria in the hospitals related to Iran university of medical sciences was 60% and in hospitals related to Kermanshah university of medical sciences was 46%. Conclusion: The rate of final conformity of medical records system by the criteria of the ISO 9001-2000 standards in hospitals related to Iran university of medical sciences was greater than in hospitals related to Kermanshah university of medical sciences. And total conformity rate of medical records system in Kermanshah hospitals was low. So the regulation of medical records department with ISO quality management standards can help to elevate its quality.
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Received: 2011/03/1

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