Measurement: Process and Outcome Indicators
Methods of Quality Improvement
Things Quality Improvement is NOT
Summative Experience

Measurement is Possible

When you run into barriers (it’s inevitable), don’t give up!

  • Use your ingenuity and creativity to find the answers in a useful form.
  • Using proxy measures and samples can make it possible when you have to do all the work manually.
  • As this isn’t formal research, it is not necessary to randomize. But you can if you want to!

We have covered the concepts of measurement and gathering data, now what can you do with the data you have gathered? The next section introduces QI models and methods of implementation.





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