advances in quality improvement include accounting for change, managing competing demands, and understanding that change is complex. Purely mechanistic approaches for change in complex systems are often inadequate; instead, more complex, adaptive approaches may be necessary. These barriers must be addressed in order to induce change, Titler concluded.



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