SENTINEL health events, PUBLIC health surveillance, and MEDICAL care
Examines the sentinel health event as the basis for physician recognition and public health surveillance in the United States. Improvement in the quality of medical care; Impetus for epidemiologic or industrial studies; Development of national system for occupational health surveillance.
Focuses on the principle of sentinel health event in relation to occupational diseases. Measurement of quality of the medical care; Derivation of the principle; Classification of the 'man-made diseases.'