measurement concepts, data requirements, analytic tools, return on investment (ROI), feasibility
In order to truly demonstrate change, we need to be able to determine what to measure and how to measure it. Designing research studies or quality improvement initiatives require a multifaceted knowledge base to merge clinical realities with data and measurement concepts.
Effective projects have a solid foundation of:
- Valid and reliable measurements
- Applicable data
- Statistically rigorous analytic methods
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