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Well-Being in the Nation: A Living Library of Measures to Drive Multi-Sector Population Health Improvement and Address Social Determinants
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This article describes the approach led by 100 Million Healthier Lives, a collaboration of partners across sectors convened by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, to support the measurement of health and well-being at local, state, and national levels.
A Data-Driven Approach to Addressing Racial Disparities in Health Care Outcomes
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This article describes lessons from Brigham Health in Boston to develop a robust data infrastructure to understand the differential impact of COVID-19 on patients and staff.
Understanding Variation in Reported COVID-19 Deaths with a Novel Shewhart Chart Application
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A novel Shewhart chart helped health care leaders and frontline teams understand if day-to-day variation in COVID-19 deaths may be attributed to meaningful signals of change.
Measuring Complexity: Moving Toward Standardized Measures for the Field of Complex Care
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This report describes the current state of quality measurement in complex care, key challenges associated with complex care, current complex care research and measurement development efforts, and eight recommendations for next steps to develop a standard set of quality measures for the field of complex care.
Quality Improvement Project Measures Worksheet
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Use this worksheet to identify the process, outcome, and balancing measures for your quality improvement project.
Are You Using Data the Right Way?
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Health care leaders rely on data to guide decisions, yet when data is misinterpreted it impacts the quality of those decisions. This article discusses using data the right way to inform decisions, including control charts to display and interpret data over time.
Free from Harm: Accelerating Patient Safety Improvement Fifteen Years after To Err Is Human
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This report assesses the state of patient safety in health care, advocating for a total systems approach across the continuum of care and establishment of a culture of safety, and calling for action by government, regulators, health professionals, and others to place higher priority on patient safety improvement and implementation science.
Personalized Perfect Care
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The authors propose measuring quality from the patient’s perspective as an expression of his or her personalized health needs. The Personalized Perfect Care Bundle combines several distinct measures into one and is scored as “all-or-none,” with the patient’s care being counted as complete if he or she has met all of the quality measures for which he or she is eligible.
Quality Improvement Essentials Toolkit
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Download these ten essential quality improvement tools to help you with your improvement projects, continuous improvement, and quality management, whether you use the Model for Improvement, Lean, or Six Sigma.
WIHI: Measures That Matter: Whole System Measures 2.0
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December 1, 2016 | Against a backdrop of hundreds of improvements that are being tracked and reported on by thousands of health systems in the US alone, guidance on which measures are most important to the pursuit of better care, better health, and lower cost couldn’t be more timely.
Whole System Measures 2.0: A Compass for Health System Leaders
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This white paper presents Whole System Measures 2.0, a set of 15 measures to help health care system leaders and boards better understand their organization’s current (and desired) performance across three (Triple Aim) domains: population health, experience of care, and per capita cost.
Era 3 for Medicine and Health Care
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In this article, Don Berwick presents nine changes he believes are needed for health care to transition into what he calls era 3, "guided by updated beliefs that reject both the protectionism of era 1 and the reductionism of era 2."
WIHI: Making Data Work for Quality Improvement
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February 25, 2016 | If you’re going to measure, as we know health care improvers must do, you’re going to generate data. But in a world where there increasingly seems no end to what can be tracked and quantified and analyzed, there’s a real danger of creating a lot more data than you truly need.
Patient-Reported Measures
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Patient-reported measures help clinicians and patients assess whether a patient’s symptoms, lifestyle, daily activities and functional status have improved as a result of care provided, and are a mechanism for patients to have a voice in their treatment planning and decision making based on their own self-assessments.
WIHI: Tread Water No More! Making Sense of Patient Experience Data
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September 11, 2014 | Learn about guiding principles for deciphering patient experience data and the comprehensive picture that emerges from patient surveys, focus groups, patient and family advisory councils, and much more.
Patient Experience Data Self-Assessment
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The Patient Experience Data Self-Assessment Tool and corresponding Answer Key challenges knowledge and common assumptions about what the data actually means. The tool can be used to expand your current knowledge on using patient experience data effective.
Measuring Hospital-wide Mortality: Pitfalls and Potential
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This article explores potential uses for measures of risk-adjusted hospital-wide mortality, a proposed key indicator of health care quality at the system level.
WIHI: Bright Spots for Patients with Complex Needs
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March 27, 2014 | Interventions and initiatives to better support, care for, and partner with populations with costly and life-draining multiple illnesses and problems have grown in number and effectiveness. On this WIHI, we touch base with some of the people spearheading this work.
Understanding Bundles: An IHI Faculty Conversation
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IHI faculty for the Rethinking Critical Care seminar discuss and try to clarify some important and often misunderstood points about implementing care bundles (such as the Ventilator Bundle and the Central Line Bundle).
WIHI: Large-Scale Change Across a Country: Learning from Scotland
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June 20, 2013 | During this WIHI some of the top leadership from IHI, including Derek Feeley, the Chief Executive of NHS Scotland and incoming Executive Vice President at IHI, offer perspective on Scotland's success in many areas of patient safety and the corresponding results.
Sampling Considerations in Health Care Improvement
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This article introduces concepts related to sampling for improvement and gives specific guidance on determining a useful sample size for improvement projects in hospitals and health systems.
A Guide to Measuring the Triple Aim: Population Health, Experience of Care, and Per Capita Cost
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This white paper provides suggested measures for the three dimensions of the Triple Aim, accompanied by data sources and examples, and describes how these measures might be used along with process and outcome measures for particular projects to create a learning system to achieve the Triple Aim.
Health Systems Must Strive for Data Maturity
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This article presents five characteristics associated with the concept of data maturity to help health system leaders better leverage data for decision making.
More Quality Measures versus Measuring What Matters: A Call for Balance and Parsimony
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The authors propose a policy that quality measurement should be parsimonious: to measure quality, outcomes, and costs with appropriate metrics that are selected based on needs of patients, providers, and payers.
IHI Improvement Capability Self-Assessment Tool
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The IHI Improvement Capability Self-Assessment Tool is designed to assist organizations in assessing their capability in six key areas that support improvement.
  
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