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AICG Articles: Measure and Report

Access a range of articles and resources written by clinical governance experts and search our carefully curated list of safety and quality journal articles and reports.

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Which of my 387 quality metrics should I stop collecting?
Which of my 387 quality metrics should I stop collecting?

In this webinar, Cathy Jones, Board Director and Clinical Governance Consultant discussed quality metrics and the following questions:

  • How do you measure quality? 
  • What’s the best way of measuring - safe? effective? person centred? connected? accessible?
  • How do you find & organise all of your (387) quality metrics? 
  • How to prioritise what is most important when everything is important?
  • How to decide which metrics to monitor when there is so much data available - what criteria should you use to select the most important measures
  • The power of measures that are relevant both at an organisation-wide level and at a unit/department level.
Measurement
Quality
Reporting
Lightbulb Moment: My ah-ha moment about data - fact or fiction?
Lightbulb Moment: My ah-ha moment about data - fact or fiction?

In this Lightbulb Moment webinar, Dr Cathy Balding interviewed Jane Boag to discuss her "ah-ha!" moment about data - fact or fiction?

Data
Quality improvement measurement for  board members and executives
Quality improvement measurement for board members and executives

This guide has a practical emphasis and focuses on how measurement tools can assist Boards to set the right tone of assurance in patient safety. It also offers governance questions to assist Board debate and dialogue. 

Boards
Clinical governance
Data
Reporting
The Seven Quality Control Tools
The Seven Quality Control Tools

Quality improvement is integral to providing safe care for consumers.

Data
Decision-making
Reporting
Audit for improvement toolkit
Audit for improvement toolkit

These resources provide help with planning ahead for your next audit, understanding where you are now, and conducting improvement initiatives that make a real, lasting difference in your organisation.

Data
Decision-making
Reporting
How to undertake successful clinical audit
How to undertake successful clinical audit

Understanding auditing so you can be prepared for your next audit.

Data
Decision-making
Reporting
IHI Simple Data Collection Planning
IHI Simple Data Collection Planning

Simple data collection planning is a process to ensure that the data you collect for performance improvement are useful and reliable, without being unnecessarily costly and time-consuming to obtain.

Data
Decision-making
Reporting
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare patient reported outcome measures
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare patient reported outcome measures

Healthcare is enhanced through understanding health outcomes from a patient's perspective. Insights into patient experiences can complement information from clinical measures. The use of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) provides a structured way of helping patients to report information about health outcomes.

Data
Decision-making
Reporting
Agency for clinical innovation patient reported measures (PREMs and PRMs)
Agency for clinical innovation patient reported measures (PREMs and PRMs)

Patient-reported measures (PRMs) capture information via surveys, which ask patients about their healthcare experiences and the outcomes of their care.

Data
Decision-making
Reporting
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