Taking Advantage of Web Functionalities in a Quality Report
Since the late 1990’s, increasing numbers of health care quality report sponsors have made their information available on the Internet. This section discusses how you can use Web functionalities to improve your displays of quality scores and help readers get to the data they want quickly and easily.
- Layering Data Displays
- Creating Pathways for Users
- Making It Easy For Users To Find Data on Other Topics
While there are several advantages to using the Internet for quality report cards, there are also some disadvantages. Learn more in First Decision: Web, Paper, or Both.
Designing reports to work well on the Web is more challenging than it may seem. Learn some Tips on Designing Web Reports.
Also in "Translate Data Into Information"
Page originally created February 2015