Chris Sherlaw-Johnson, Senior Research Analyst at the Nuffield Trust, introduced the Monitoring quality of care conference and gives an overview of some of the approaches that we've been using at the …
Benjamin Bray, Research Director and the Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme, presents at the Monitoring quality of care conference about stroke care analytics.
Kate Silvester, a healthcare systems engineer, discusses the challenges of working with data and statistical techniques for real-time monitoring of care quality.
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.
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 …
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).
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.
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 …
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.
• 01/11/2016 • 09.00–17.00 • Chris 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.