You’ll keep a record of how quality assurance improves the way things are done in your organization.
You’ll launch new life-saving strategies in patient care.
You’ll recommend upgrades that’ll make patient care more accurate and efficient, such as new equipment and software.
- Community clinics
- Private practices
- Long-term care centers
Work as a Registered Nurse.
Take continuing education courses in healthcare technology and quality improvement.
You’re ready to work as a Quality Improvement Nurse.
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