Quality Café – The Power of Small Data: How Local Data Collection Can Drive QI

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November 20 | 1200 1300

Health Quality BC

Online (Zoom)


Event Description

Automated indicators, reports or dashboards are a great resource for monitoring our performance, but often lack the specificity, timeliness or widespread access to support change at the local level.  And they rarely provide the meaningful feedback loop to those delivering care if their efforts to improve are working.  Join this webinar to learn ways of using simple data collection methods – pen and paper by the team at a local level – to get meaningful insight about our improvement efforts.  This small-scale measurement, when defined, collected and shared by the care team, can ensure an outsized impact on improvement efforts through team engagement.

Learning objectives:

At the end of this webinar, learners will:

  • Recognize the value of small scale measurement for engagement and improvement
  • Identify ways to display data and engage people in data collection


Andrew Wray
Executive Director, Learning, Analytics & Strategic Initiatives
Health Quality BC

Quality Café – The Power of Small Data: How Local Data Collection Can Drive QI Registration

Event Details

Quality Café – The Power of Small Data: How Local Data Collection Can Drive QI

Date and Time

November 20, 2024 | 1200 – 1300


Health Quality BC



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