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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.
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.
The Pursuing Perfection Initiative: Lessons on Transforming Health Care
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This paper describes the learning from the eight-year Pursuing Perfection initiative, whose goal was to learn if and how health care organizations could make dramatic improvements in performance across the organization. Select innovations and results stemming from the initiative are presented.
Reporting of adverse events
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This article focuses on the role of reporting in efforts to improve safety, assess the evidence that current reporting systems improve safety, review the characteristics of successful systems, and explore options for developing new reporting systems.
Detecting adverse events using information technology
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Although patient safety is a major problem, most health care organizations rely on spontaneous reporting, which detects only a small minority of adverse events.
Whole System Measures
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This white paper describes and promotes the use of a system of metrics, called the Whole System Measures, to measure the overall quality of a health system and to align improvement work across a hospital, group practice, or large health care system.
Functional Health Survey–6 (FHS-6) Patient Questionnaires
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Use the Functional Health Survey-6 (FHS-6) patient questionnaires to assess the functional health outcomes (both physical and mental health) of a patient population as part of your organization's Whole System Measures.

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