April 2006 Author in the Room® Teleconference
Authors: Donald Berwick, MD, MPP, FRCP, and Thomas Nolan, PhD
Article: "All-or-None Measurement Raises the Bar on Performance"
- All-or-none measurement more closely reflects the interests and likely desires of patients than other approaches to measurement such as composite or item-by-item.
- All-or-none measurement forces a system perspective.
- All-or-none measurement offers a more sensitive scale for assessing improvements.