IQI


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IQI

Abbreviation for:
Indicators for Quality Improvement, see there
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The IQI values are enhanced using GWF filters as observed in Table 2.
The IQI of GW, GF3, and GWF2 is superior compared to all other methods except for NLM based denoising techniques.
FoM, SSIM, IQI, ft, p, SNR, and PSNR values are highest in case of GWF filters in comparison to fuzzy and geometric-fuzzy filters.
The IQI values range from 1 (worst) to 10 (best) (Hoegemeyer and Gutormsen, 2000).
There were differences in IQI among the inbred lines within locations (Table 9).
The IQI can help companies perform their self-assessment.
Upon the closing of the IQT/IQM/IQI merger, holders of VMTP Shares of the acquired fund received, in exchange for each share held immediately prior to the reorganization, one share of Series 2015/6-IQI VMTP Shares of IQI (the acquiring fund) having substantially identical terms.
30, 2012, the acquiring funds' (IIM, VMO, IQI and VKQ) asset coverage ratios, as calculated on pro forma post-merger basis and in accordance with the Fitch total and net OC tests per the 'AAA' rating guidelines outlined in Fitch's criteria, were in excess of 100%, which is the minimum threshold required under the VMTP Shares' transactional documents.
patients in the hospitals and the hospitals' IQI and PSI scores.
IQIs are mortality rates, utilization rates, and volume indicators associated with the quality of a hospital.
A subset of the IQIs and PSIs was used in the 2006 National Healthcare Quality Report to measure the effectiveness of care and patient safety, respectively (AHRQ 2006).
To maintain an adequate sample size, we selected the following risk-adjusted IQIs and PSIs, which had at least 1,400 nonmissing observations (out of a sample of 1,459 urban hospitals in the 20 HCUP states that had nonmissing observations for the AHA variables of interest): mortality rates for acute myocardial infarction (AMI), congestive heart failure (CHF), stroke, gastrointestinal hemorrhage, and pneumonia; failure to rescue rate; iatrogenic pneumothorax rate; infection due to medical care rate, and accidental puncture or laceration rate.