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The Quality Interagency Coordination Task Force (QuIC)
was established in 1998 in accordance with a Presidential directive.
The purpose of the QuIC was to ensure that all Federal agencies involved in
purchasing, providing, studying, or regulating health care services were working
in a coordinated manner toward the common goal of improving quality care.

Informing Consumers About Health Care Quality: New Directions for Research and Action: Conference Summary

Informing Consumers About Health Care Quality: Conference Summary

National Summit on Medical Errors and Patient Safety Research

Patient Safety at the Clinical Interface: Preliminary Summary

Report to the President on Medical Errors

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