Data: Beyond the Tip of the Iceberg
One of the essential factors that drives an organization's success is their use of data. Through a variety of pre-recorded modules, live webinars, and tools, this series goes beyond underscoring the importance of collecting data. Organizations will be equipped with tools and strategies that will help them effectively use their data to evaluate and proactively influence both their clinical and business performance.
Introduction to the Data Matrix + Balanced Scorecard Approach
The Data Matrix: Download the Resource Below
The Data Breakdown
Data Gap Assessment Tool: Download the Resource Below
Looking in the Data Mirror: The Importance of Self-Assessment
Are You a Data Wizard? How to Use the Data Gap Assessment
The Data Matrix: Program Management
The Data Matrix: Agency Data
The Data Matrix: Supervision
The Data Matrix: Staff
Data: Beyond the Tip of the Iceberg - Modules 5-8 Review
Outcome Champions: The Institute for Community Living (ICL): Using Data to Improve Health Outcomes
Outcome Champions: Astor Services for Children & Families Tracking Client Outcomes Across Disparate Programs
Data Champions: Astor Services for Children & Families: Fiscal Productivity Modeling
Change Management and Continuous Quality Improvement
Data: Beyond the Tip of the Iceberg - Key Takeaways
The Data Matrix Tool
This tool is designed to help leadership identify and select critical data points/metrics to better evaluate their agency's performance and effectiveness of their work across a variety of data domains and by staff roles. Additionally, this tool will help build general staff understanding of their own performance and effectiveness related to the agency's selected metrics.
The Data Gap Assessment Tool
This tool is designed to help organizations identify and understand areas of strengths and opportunities as it relates to their agency's data practices. Upon completing the assessment, agencies are provided a visual representation of how they scored in each domain, as well as a list of areas agencies should focus on.