Bridging the Gap: where you are and where you need to be
1-hour online workshop
Let's look at a best practice for identifying healthcare practice or competency gaps with data.
Attendees will work through a case study as we begin with data sourcing, identifying a gap, and creating an analytics tool with a brief introduction to decision analysis.
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A recent blog https://www.dataanddonuts.org/data-talks-people-mumble/measuring-what-we-should-not-what-we-can provides a little more depth about this topic.
But let's not get ahead of ourselves. We start with data identification, sourcing, and gathering for a specific reason. The types of data we collect will determine the types of analyses we can do--and thus, how meaningful our insights might be.
But many teams want to keep relying on Likert scales or Likert-type questions, let me explain how this impacts your analytics plan.
The survey instrument is one of the most popular and accessible tools for gathering data. The quality of that data is determined by the questions asked, how they are written, fielded, and analyzed as well as your answer bank and format.
This 1-hour workshop will look at defining a question about gaps in need assessments and highlight basic data skills with free resources and step by step solutions.
November 21st at noon (EST)
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Materials will be sent in advance to prepare your workspace.
The focus is on using publicly available data and exploring how best to display and analyze data.
Let's look at discrete choice models. These decisions are made from both the choices presented at the point of care AND the characteristics of the professional making the final selection. It follows from this assumption that utility of a choice is a function of the characteristics of the possible choices and the characteristics of the person making the choice.
We will use freely available tools for analysis and survey instrument design.