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How to become an improvement measure expert in 60 minutes - final
Transcript of How to become an improvement measure expert in 60 minutes - final
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We've gathered the best snippets of expertise in measuring improvement work to provide you with a short and succinct self-help guide to get you on the road to hands-on measurement. Dip into the bite-sized exercises to fill in gaps in your own knowledge, or use it as a self-contained guide in itself which should take a little over an hour to complete.
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Mike Davidge explains how measuring for improvement work differs from other types of measurement, and how measurement supports the improvement cycle.
Source: The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement 2011
Indicators are a necessary part of measurement, love them or hate them. They summarise and 'snapshot' a complex world, so are an imperfect answer to the question of what's happening in the real world. The NHS Institute developed the Good Indicators Guide, which takes anyone from novice to expert in a user friendly, low-jargon format. Spend 5 minutes reading this short section, which explains four important aspects of indicators which will help demystify them.
Source: The Good Indicators Guide available at: http://www.apho.org.uk/resource/view.aspx?RID=44584
Detecting improvement is critical to your improvement journey, so you need to figure out the right type of analyses for your needs and your audience. The three most common types of analyses are Run Charts, Statistical Process Control charts and Funnel Plots, but there are others too. Let’s have a look…
With knowledge comes much power – please use measures sensibly and don’t do any of the things mentioned in this video when presenting your data:
A suggested measure template is available here...
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