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A primary care physician and her partner, who have just opened their practice, newly employ you as a medical assistant.

You have been asked by one of the physicians to set up a process for doing chart audits. You know that one component of chart audits is to determine what is to be audited and the criteria for that audit. Distinguish between doing random and convenience sampling and give an example for each type.

Choose a quality improvement model. State why you chose that model. How does it suit your office., etc.
Determine what is to be audited, state specifically how this will be done.
What criteria will you use to perform this audit.
Distinguish between random and convenience sampling, and give an example of each type of sampling.

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