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Real-time monitoring and the data trap

Presentation 01/11/2016

Kate Silvester, a healthcare systems engineer, discusses the challenges of working with data and statistical techniques for real-time monitoring of care quality.

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Learning from the Care Quality Commission

Presentation 01/11/2016

Lisa Annaly, Head of Provider Analytics at the Care Quality Commission, discusses lessons learned from the CQC as they have worked to monitor care quality over time.

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Evaluating new models of care: Improvement Analytics Unit

Presentation 01/11/2016

Martin Caunt, Improvement Analytics Unit Project Director and NHS England and Adam Steventon, Director of Data Analytics at The Health Foundation share insights into how they have approached …

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Applied use of CUSUMs in surveillance

Presentation 01/11/2016

Paul Aylin, Co-Director of the Dr Foster Unit at Imperial College London, gives concrete examples of using a specific statistical model for monitoring care quality, cumulative sum (CUSUM).

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Local and national uses of data

Presentation 01/11/2016

Ramani Moonesinghe, Associate National Clinical Director for Elective Care at NHS England, discusses the use of data for monitoring care quality at various levels within the system.

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Providing actionable healthcare analytics at scale: Insights from the National Hip Fracture Database

Presentation 01/11/2016

Christopher Boulton, Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit Programme Manager at the Royal College of Physicians and Rob Wakeman, Clinical Lead for Orthopaedic Surgery at the National Hip Fracture …

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Providing actionable healthcare analytics at scale: Understanding improvement measures

Presentation 01/11/2016

Thomas Woodcock, Improvement Science Fellow at Imperial College London, talks about the various measurement approaches and processes when working at large scale to assess care quality improvements.

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Monitoring quality of care: making the most of data

Conference/seminar 01/11/2016 • 09.00–17.00Chris Sherlaw-Johnson | Dr Jenny Neuburger

This event brought together analysts, clinicians, managers and commissioners to create a learning environment with practical examples of how to make the most of data.

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Using data to identify good-quality care for older people

Report 01/11/2016Chris Sherlaw-Johnson | Dr Alisha Davies | Claire Currie | Dr Tazeem Bhatia | Dr Elizabeth Fisher | Dr Martin Bardsley

This report describes the results of a pilot analysis of the effectiveness of using routine health care data to determine areas that have made quality improvements in the care of frail and older people over time.

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‘Like a right arm to me’: the value of volunteers in supporting older people

Blog post 17/10/2016Ruth Thorlby

Ruth Thorlby outlines findings of our recent report evaluating a seven 'social action' projects.

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