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the quality

The condition of something, usually as good or bad. I can barely hear you—the quality of this phone call is terrible. I was willing to spend a little more on these boots because the quality is great.
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It describes the quality objectives and specifies the quality assurance-and-control activities to be performed in day-to-day operations.
For institutions that wish to improve the quality of online degrees and programs, it is important to: a) develop and distribute program information to faculty and staff to increase knowledge and understanding of the program, b) provide increased resources for faculty to continue developing quality online education, with opportunity and training on fully integrating pedagogy, evaluation, and assessment processes into their courses, and c) further bolster the availability and visibility of student support services.
Administration, Documentation of a Quality Control System -- The standard states that firms and employers should assign the responsibility for oversight of the quality control policies and procedures to appropriate individuals.
The report examines the quality of the province-wide system as found in 1,500 daycare set.tings as measured by health and safety of children, and the educational component.
Plans can then leverage this information to improve the quality and efficiency of care across all of their networks to promote broader participation, greater flexibility in network arrangement and better access to physicians who demonstrate their accountability for the efficient management of the health and clinical quality of plan members.
If that person isn't bringing the quality you desire--ample cost savings, and new products--hire someone else.
They help make explicit many of the quality factors that users may implicitly assume.
* Provide a better return on time expended, hnproving risk management heightens the quality of all audit engagements.
By utilizing the validated outcomes measures that are available, it is possible to improve the quality and value of clinical research (and clinical care).
"We take pride in the quality of our newsprint," Gorman remarks.
Several studies attempting to measure the quality of Internet content will be reviewed in order to examine whether there is a "quality problem" on the Internet.
And you'll learn how therapists trained in dementia can fine-tune therapy to help cognitively impaired residents achieve a higher quality of life and raise the quality indicators in the nursing home.
The PSTN network is engineered to accommodate the human voice, and the user's perception of the quality of a telephone conversation depends upon the real-time transmission of the voice signals.
In addition to working closely with the Department of Labor to recommend and assess the quality of work regarding employee benefit audits, the AICPA: