Using Data to Drive Change: Audit and Feedback Best Practices

Jun 7, 2018 at 11:00 AM
Using Data to Drive Change: Audit and Feedback Best Practices

Choosing Wisely Talks

When health care providers have a solid understanding of their performance and ordering patterns in comparison to their peers, it can help drive change and improve health outcomes for all. Please join us for June's Choosing Wisely Talks, presented by the Canadian Medical Association:

Using Data to Drive Change: Audit and Feedback Best Practices

We will be joined by Dr. Noah Ivers, Scientist and Family Physician at Women’s College Hospital, Toronto. Dr. Ivers is an expert in the use of data to drive decision making in health care. Learn more about Canadian examples of successful audit and feedback quality improvement projects in various clinical settings, the do’s and don’ts of starting your own initiative, and the application of audit and feedback as it applies to Choosing Wisely. Be sure to add June's Choosing Wisely Talks to your calendar, and to block of the first Thursday of every month from 12 - 1 p.m. EST. 

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Tags: measurement , measurement for improvement , Choosing Wisely Saskatchewan , Choosing Wisely , Choosing Wisely Canada , data

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