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Each year, the award is given by a quality assurance group, known as Home Care Pulse which surveys non medical home care agencies across the country.
In all, LRA's Quality Assurance group will conduct nearly 20,000 audits in 2012, along with another 7,000 conventional “mystery shopping” evaluations.
He joined the company in 1998 in the quality assurance group, where he held the position of manager of analytical services.
Feedback on the end-user experience is provided immediately, enabling development and Quality Assurance groups to produce "network-aware" applications that perform as expected.
The PEAK-ED project is guided by a diverse advisory group, including volunteer providers, the Department on Aging, the Department of Health and Environment, for-profit and not-for-profit nursing home associations, nursing home advocacy groups, and quality assurance groups.
That position has been eliminated, and his functions have been transferred to the quality assurance group now under Torrence Shealy.
A seasoned quality assurance group uses statistical sampling practice, coupled with high-tech testing facilities to ensure that all products meet or exceed specifications.
Our quality assurance group visits each new supplier to verify that it can produce up to JC Penney' standards.