Quality assurance (QA) is defined as all planned and systematic actions necessary to provide adequate confidence that a facility, system, or administrative component will perform safely and satisfactorily in service to a patient. It includes scheduling of, preparation for, and promptness in examination or treatment; reporting of results; and quality control (QC). QC, which is a component of QA, is defined as all actions necessary to control and verify the performance of equipment.
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