Data optimization - accessing, analyzing and using to inform change, is essential to improvement work. Whether you are in data overload and don't know where to begin, or you are struggling with accessing meaningful data we can help.
Smart change begins with a meaningful data collection plan with metrics that are easy to collect and interpret. Most of all it should guide decision making and inform change.
Data advising can cover a variety of subjects from creating data collection plans (what, how, when) and dashboards to understanding and identify statistical trends.
To learn more about opportunities for Data Optimization training please contact us.
Improvement 101 training uses a combination of brief didactic sessions along with hands-on application. Learners receive the benefit of knowledge gained and applied, thereby seeing the immediate results of their activities.
Improvement 101 includes skills such as clinic assessment, process mapping and redesign, application of Plan Do Study Act (PDSA) cycles, meeting facilitation skills, project management basics, data collection, sustaining the gains and others.
To learn more about how Improvement 101 can benefit your practice, or to schedule a training at your facility, please contact us.
Translational improvement refers to the gap that must be bridged between executive decision makers and those who are on the front lines of care. Those who do the work, are in the best position to improve the work. By addressing common challenges and bridging the improvement gap, healthcare professionals can experience rapid results and greater joy in improvement work.
Translational improvement work is a collaborative approach to change. Working closely with decision makers to address issues such as change fatigue, lack of buy-in and commitment.
To learn more about addressing the translational gap, please contact us for more information.