Create a Public Report on Health Care Quality
Section 2 of TalkingQuality
To develop a comparative report on health care quality, one must select quality measures, gather data, organize and format the comparative information, and explain that information so that people understand what it is and how to use it.
- What types of information on health care quality are both feasible and helpful to your audiences? There are many considerations when you select measures to include in a public report.
- How do you present comparative data on quality in a way that will make sense to people? One of the biggest challenges is translating data into information that consumers can understand and use.
- What do people need to know about the comparative quality information you have provided? The content and design of your report can explain and motivate the use of comparative information.
Explore Other Sections of TalkingQuality
- Section 1: Prepare for a Public Report on Health Care Quality
- Section 3: Disseminate Your Public Report on Health Care Quality
- Section 4: Assess Your Quality Reporting Project
- Section 5: Resources for Developers of Quality Reports
Page originally created February 2015