TQ

(redirected from Track Quality)
AcronymDefinition
TQThank You
TQTorque
TQTe Quiero (I Love You)
TQTitan Quest (computer game)
TQTorquay (postcode, United Kingdom)
TQTourism Queensland (Australia)
TQTotal Quality
TQTop Qualifier
TQThreshold Quantity
TQThrottle Quadrant
TQTax Qualified (as in TQ retirement plans)
TQTechnical Quality (FQ-TQ methodology; one static quality model for software)
TQTélé-Québec (French channel)
TQTransition Quarter
TQTrade Qualification
TQTransmission Quality
TQTrack Quality
TQTechnical Query
TQTransient Quarters
TQTeam Quarl (sports team)
TQTransport Quartermaster
References in periodicals archive ?
Askarinejad, "Application of neural networks in evaluation of railway track quality condition," Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, vol.
Track quality is the key to maintain the correctness and order of reporting responsibility.
Analysis of multi-sensor data fusion system, the integration of track quality requirements: First, the fusion track as close to the real target track, which requires the integration of track with high accuracy; secondly the fusion track as smooth as possible, which requires integration track jitter of less high smoothness.
The program assesses the safety and security of rail routes, taking into account 27 risk factors, including volume of commodity, trip length, population density along the route, local emergency response capability, track quality and signal systems.
The hunting stability and derailment analysis of a carriage model of a railway vehicle system was performed [1], and a short-range prediction model for track quality index was offered [27].
Companies that employ zero defect testing (a more modern method) to track quality standards use a related number, often called the "expected defect rate." The expected defect rate is the percentage of defects currently experienced on the production line.
Currently, Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield, QualChoice, Medicaid and Medicare track quality and payment information on the five procedures that are targeted for payments for episodes rather than the traditional "fee-for-service" model that generates revenue for every patient contact and every procedure performed.
This enables teams to continuously track quality metrics.
Without the ability to quickly, easily and cost-effectively share complex information within the organization and across the patient's care continuum, it will be impossible to track quality measures and influence clinical outcomes both of which are critical to achieving benchmarks.
The advanced reporting capabilities of NextGen solutions will also be leveraged to accurately track quality improvement measures, a key requirement toward achieving Meaningful Use.
In addition, hospital management is recognizing the value of new or disruptive technologies that can reduce medical errors or track quality improvements, and have indicated a willingness to pay for this type of technology.
Indicators, which hospital boards and leaders use to track quality and safety processes and outcomes, are valid, reliable measures that quantify a level of performance today or over time.