Advanced Feedback Loops for Interventional Cardiologists, Electrophysiologists, and Cardiovascular physicians
- Posted by Kate McGinley
- On January 9, 2020
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We kick off the tutorial on creating advanced feedback loops to improve your own personal practice performance:
Performance analytics are designed to help physicians own their personal performance feedback loop, eliminating the back and forth about performance, variation, and care delivery costs, while continuing to help physicians lead delivery of best practices to every patient. Typically, these highly complex analytics are built collaboratively. If you’re interested in answering complex, multi-variate questions about your personal practice using analytics, here’s how to start:
- Build a Collaborative Network of Clinical Experts
Clinical care performance starts and ends with patient care quality. Test, validate, and enhance the library of analytics, as well as the data quality behind the analytics, by building up a community of physicians at multiple institutions, Typically, it’s more manageable to start by creating a list of questions by procedure, patient, and practice impact point. At this time, you should also enlist the help of an IT and data partner: you will need quite a bit of space to store and manage the data required to build your analytics. We recommend looking at the cloud.