Daily Archives: February 18, 2010


Diego Glancszpigel: Unicist Quality Assurance in Healthcare

This lecture on the Unicist Standard applied to Healthcare Quality Assurance is fostering an upgrade in quality in the business.

Envisioning quality assurance requires a mind opening attitude. It requires thinking about reality and its context to define the necessary objects to achieve the objectives.

To have a reliable knowledge, in order to produce results, it is necessary to have installed redundancies in processes. Designing objects implies increasing the amplitude of the unified field one is working on.

This requires a higher level of knowledge on the actual reality. It is necessary to have assured quality in order to grow. But the sound knowledge of the context is necessary in order to assure quality. Therefore this lecture works as a mind-opener.

Contact the Lecturing Agent: http://www.unicist.org/lectures/

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