Antonie Koetsier
Antonie Koetsier
PhD student Medical Informatics, University of Amsterdam
Verified email at amc.uva.nl
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Control charts in healthcare quality improvement
A Koetsier, SN van der Veer, KJ Jager, N Peek, NF de Keizer
Methods of information in medicine 51 (03), 189-198, 2012
452012
Performance of risk-adjusted control charts to monitor in-hospital mortality of intensive care unit patients: a simulation study
A Koetsier, NF de Keizer, E de Jonge, DA Cook, N Peek
Critical care medicine 40 (6), 1799-1807, 2012
152012
Reliability of in-hospital mortality as a quality indicator in clinical quality registries. A case study in an intensive care quality register
A Koetsier, N Peek, E de Jonge, D Dongelmans, G van Berkel, ...
Methods Inf Med 52 (5), 432-440, 2013
142013
Do intensive care data on respiratory infections reflect influenza epidemics?
A Koetsier, L Van Asten, F Dijkstra, W Van Der Hoek, BE Snijders, ...
PloS one 8 (12), e83854, 2013
62013
Identifying types and causes of errors in mortality data in a clinical registry using multiple information systems.
A Koetsier, N Peek, N De Keizer
Studies in health technology and informatics 180, 771-775, 2012
62012
A comparison of internal versus external risk-adjustment for monitoring clinical outcomes.
A Koetsier, N De Keizer, N Peek
MIE, 180-184, 2011
22011
SOURCE (OR PART OF THE FOLLOWING SOURCE): Type PhD thesis Title Data-driven methods to improve quality assessment of intensive care units
A Koetsier
2014
Data-driven methods to improve quality assessment of intensive care units
A Koetsier
Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2014
2014
A Modified Real AdaBoost algorithm to discover Intensive Care Unit subgroups with a poor outcome
A Koetsier, NF de Keizer, A Abu-Hanna, N Peek
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2013, 798, 2013
2013
Readmission to the ICU: a dead end? In-hospital mortality among readmitted ICU patients; validation
MJ van Dam, A Koetsier, N Peek, DW de Lange
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