Worksheet for Developing Your Quality Improvement Project
• Align your measure with your problem statement and aim. • Try to define your measure as a numerator/denominator. ! SELECTING CHANGES: What changes can be made that will result in improvement? • Ideas for changes often come from those working in the system, from other similar improvement efforts, or from change concepts and theory.
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