Control charts, or “Shewhart charts,” have become increasingly popular as part of a hospitals’ quality improvement regimen. They are often used when analyzing hospital acquired infections, emergency room wait times, and several other quantitative processes that need tracking. When it comes to patient perceptions, though, using control charts to monitor the data is complicated.
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