Improving Compliance with Standards for Essential Obsteric Care in Bolivia

This case study series presents real applications of quality assurance (QA) methods in developing countries at various health system levels, from national to community. The series focuses on QA applications in child survival, maternal and reproductive health, and infectious diseases. Each case study focuses on a major QA activity area, such as quality design, quality improvement, communication and development of standards, or quality assessment. In some cases, more than one QA activity is presented.


K. Askov and R. Chavez


Quality Assurance Project (QAP)

June 2002
Resource Types
Case Study
Technical Area
Provider Quality
quality improvement
quality assurance
performance improvement
Latin America and the Caribbean
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