Wolff - Advanced (QES): Getting Started on the Right Foot 2.24.20
AQES Session 2 - Getting Started on the Right Foot
Date: 2/24/2020 - LHAS Aud. 7 Main MUH
9:00 - 10:30 Denise Rousseau - Keynote Address: How to Construct Organizational Support for Improvement Linkage theory and creating organizational readiness
10:30 - 11:00 Apply Rousseau's ideas to your project with feedback from Rousseau
11:00 - 12:00pm Eric Bakow - Introduction to Improvement Science - Deming's System of Profound Knowledge
12:00 - 12:30 LUNCH
12:30 - 1:30 "Tami Minnier, Susan Martin" Report Out with Improvement Leadership
* What problem are you really trying to solve?
* What did you learn through your assessment of the current state?"
1:30 - 4:00 Wolff Analytics Staff (Rina, Andrew, Jacob, or Stephanie) - An Afternoon of Data
* Data Exploration Discussions to include: How will you know if you're successful?
What data is available and how do you get it?
Who can help you obtain data?
Process and Outcome measures (differences, and why collecting both is important)
* Applying ideas to project: Identify peocess and outcome measures for your project.
How will you gather these? Which tools, who will collect, how to collect, and how frequently to collect.
* Interpreting and Displaying Data: Options (surveying, randomizing, data over time, run, charts, control charts, other methods)
How will you know if you made a difference?
* Applying Ideas to Project: Practice putting data into different methods of display and interpreting it for variation.
Identify what data display makes the most sense for you.
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Denise Rousseau, Eric Bakow, Tami Minnier, Susan Martin
Wolff Analytics Staff (Rina, Andrew, Jacob, or Stephanie)
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Other Healthcare Professionals
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- 6.50 Attendance