Progress Report

2006

The latest news analysis, events, web resources and more from the world of quality.

Keeping Current: December 2006

by QP Staff

USDA considers changes to meat inspection process...manufacturing engineering unveils video channel...more.


Keeping Current: November 2006

by QP Staff

Human error and aviation accidents...Quantity of quality programs at hospitals...IOM report slams FDA...more.


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Keeping Current: October 2006

by QP Staff

Automakers get high quality marks ... Surge in certifications… Queen grants charter to IQA… more.


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Keeping Current: September 2006

by QP Staff

Group reports widespread medication mix ups… Using RFID in hospitality industry… Self-healing chips… more.


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Keeping Current: August 2006

by QP Staff

Porsche ranks high in survey… Campaign to avert unnecessary hospital deaths… ASQ New Orleans section keeps up comeback… more.


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Keeping Current: July 2006

by QP Staff

ASQ World Conference highlights… Utilities, airlines trip on quality… Engineering poverty relief efforts… more.


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Keeping Current: June 2006

by QP Staff

Technology could track first responders… Quality boosts health information exchange initiatives… more.


Keeping Current: May 2006

by QP Staff

Survey shows costs of downtime…Satisfaction with utilities up…ISO adds small business Web assistance …more.


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Keeping Current: April 2006

by QP Staff

World Conference marks ASQ’s 60th anniversary…PBS to air documentary on hospital systems thinking…Green Belt certification launches…more.


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Keeping Current: March 2006

by QP Staff

FDA program to strengthen medical device safety...Quest for Excellence Conference April 24-26...more.


Keeping Current: February 2006

by QP Staff

Senate considers National Innovation Act…ASQ announces 2006-07 board candidates…more.


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Keeping Current: January 2006

by QP Staff

Six organizations receive 2005 Baldridge Awards ... Q-100 lags S&P for quarter ... more.


 


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