David Wawrzynek

Outcomes: How to Use Your Data

Gathering data to target outcomes is a difficult and daunting task. It’s important to establish sound data management practice before outcomes can be tracked successfully. Providers can be unsure of how to identify important data elements and how to collect, interpret and share data. 

This webinar provided information about how to use your data to demonstrate value, improve services, inform practice and empower staff.

Outcomes: Making Sense of Data and Communicating Findings

Gathering data to target outcomes is a difficult and daunting task. It’s important to establish sound data management practice before outcomes can be tracked successfully. Providers can be unsure of how to identify important data elements and how to collect, interpret and share data.

This webinar demonstrated some of the basic data management and visualization tools readily available in Excel.

 

Outcomes: How Do I Collect Data?

Gathering data to target outcomes is a difficult and daunting task. It’s important to establish sound data management practice before outcomes can be tracked successfully. Providers can be unsure of how to identify important data elements and how to collect, interpret and share data.

This webinar provided a review of different types of data, a discussion of tools to use when collecting data and workflows for data collection. It also provided tips and tricks to assure data timelines, accuracy and availability.

Outcomes: What to Measure

Gathering data to target outcomes is a difficult and daunting task. It’s important to establish sound data management practice before outcomes can be tracked successfully. Providers can be unsure of how to identify important data elements and how to collect, interpret and share data. 

This webinar provided a general overview of outcomes including information about the current healthcare environment and how to identify the value providers bring to the table. We discussed how to measure what matters and how to prove it to stakeholders.
 

Outcome Measurement: Clinical Support Tools - What, How, and Why?

This webinar is designed in response to feedback from CTAC participants who had been requesting information about outcome measures and how to utilize them within a clinic setting. Outcome measures can be a powerful tool, if used correctly, and can help clinicians, supervisors, and clinic management to understand the effectiveness of the care they deliver. Outcome measures assess clinical effectiveness, such as behavioral, cognitive, and emotional functioning, and non-clinical results, such as perception of care.

Children's Summit 2015: Creating a Value Orientation & Articulating the Impact

In this new health care reform environment, all agencies will be required to demonstrate their effectiveness and efficiency in providing high quality, high value services that promote and sustain long term healing for children and families. Participants will learn how to effectively articulate organizational goals, vision, and value to investors, managed care companies, clients, and the community.

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