Health service quality measurements This topic includes quality measurements, quality indicators and treatment quality in the health service. Les på norsk: Kvalitetsmålinger av helsetjenester Reports Report Updated 22.11.2017 Volume Calculation of a Subset of Non-surgical Examinations and Procedures in the Norwegian Hospital Service Vi har identifisert koder og utført beregning av volum for utførte undersøkelser og prosedyrer innen spesialisthelsetjenesten på oppdrag fra Helsedirektoratet. Report Updated 03.11.2017 The Norwegian health care system as compared to other OECD countries 2009 The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for Health Services would like to comment some selected topics on important aspects of the Norwegian health services in relation to the OECD. Systematic review Updated 28.03.2017 Impact of a high proportion of unskilled personnel on quality of care and patient safety in the healthcare services: a systematic review We searched for studies that evaluate the effects on quality of care and patient safety of a high proportion of unskilled personnel working with patients and the effects of changes in skill mix. Report Updated 05.12.2016 Formalized consensus processes: This report describes three different consensus processes and discusses what is best suited for choosing patient safety indicators for Norway. Report Updated 05.12.2016 Readmission in Norwegian hospitals Readmission rates are increasingly being used as an indicator of quality of care in other countries. Show more Projects Project Updated 05.12.2016 Coordination of Quality Indicator Data for OECD and NOMESCO (project description) Project Updated 11.12.2018 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Surveys The Commonwealth Fund (CMWF) is a foundation in the United States, which aims to promote healthcare systems with better accessibility, quality and efficiency. Show more See also: Theme User experiences This topic includes results from studies about user experiences in the Norwegian health services. Theme Systematic reviews A systematic review is the result of comprehensive and relevant research results at a given time.