Choosing a Point of Comparison
A key decision for any report on comparative quality is how to organize and display comparisons. The primary goal is to make it as easy as possible for people to identify high and low performers.
This section discusses the following topics:
- Choosing a Comparator
- Categorizing High and Low Performance
- Ordering the Data
- Explaining Your Comparisons
The guidance in this section is based on strong evidence that how you compare entities can have a substantial impact on how accurately consumers understand and use the information.
Also in "Translate Data Into Information"
Page originally created February 2015