October 1993
Volume 74, Number 8

For a quality management transformation to occur, a healthcare organization must focus on education, performance management, and reward systems.

Two examples of community-wide collaboration show how long-term care providers can improve their services for the elderly.

Through Carondelet Health Care, Tucson, nurses provide care and education for clients in their homes and neighborhoods.

Education and experience in the congregation's tradition can move the laity to full partnership in the ministry.

Catholic ethical tradition requires that we temper our motives with reason and care before acting.

A Catholic provider reconnects with its communities by offering programs for women and children.

A hospital-community coalition provides needed services to children.

A system and a city collaborate to care for an immigrant population.