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Rantz M.J, Popejoy L., Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Wipke-Tevis D., Grando V.T.  1999.  Minimum Data Set and Resident Assessment Instrument. Can using standardized assessment improve clinical practice and outcomes of care? Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 25(6):35-43;quiz54-5.
Rantz M.J, Popejoy L., Petroski G.F, Madsen R.W, Mehr D.R, Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Hicks L.L, Grando V., Wipke-Tevis D.D, Bostick J. et al..  2001.  Randomized clinical trial of a quality improvement intervention in nursing homes. Gerontologist. 41(4):525-38.
Rantz M.J, Popejoy L., Mehr D.R, Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Hicks L.L, Grando V., Conn V.S, Porter R., Scott J., Maas M..  1997.  Verifying nursing home care quality using minimum data set quality indicators and other quality measures. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 12(2):54-62.
Rantz M.J, Petroski G.F, Madsen R.W, Scott J., Mehr D.R, Popejoy L., Hicks L.L, Porter R., Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Grando V..  1997.  Setting thresholds for MDS (Minimum Data Set) quality indicators for nursing home quality improvement reports. Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement. 23(11):602-11.
Rantz M.J, Petroski G.F, Madsen R.W, Mehr D.R, Popejoy L., Hicks L.L, Porter R., Zwygart-Stauffacher M., Grando V..  2000.  Setting thresholds for quality indicators derived from MDS data for nursing home quality improvement reports: an update. Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement. 26(2):101-10.
Rantz M.J, Mehr D.R, Petroski G.F, Madsen R.W, Popejoy L.L, Hicks L.L, Conn V.S, Grando V.T, Wipke-Tevis D.D, Bostick J. et al..  2000.  Initial field testing of an instrument to measure: observable indicators of nursing home care quality. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 14(3):1-12.
Rantz M.J, Mehr D.R, Conn V.S, Hicks L.L, Porter R., Madsen R.W, Petrowski G.F, Maas M..  1996.  Assessing quality of nursing home care: the foundation for improving resident outcomes. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 10(4):1-9.
Rantz M.J.  1995.  Examining MDS (Minimum Data Set) resident assessments for the impact on public policy. Journal of Long Term Care Administration. 23(3):18-21.