All dashboard and no improvement?

by Trevor Strome May 16, 2012

  Improving health care is not a project In my latest article on SearchHealthIT, I make the case that the proliferation of massive reports (that nobody reads) and overpopulated dashboards in fact complicate the decision making process at many Healthcare Organizations (HCOs) and therefore lead to very little (if any) actual improvement. Improving health care is not […]

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How are scorecards and dashboards different?

by Trevor Strome February 14, 2010

The terms “scorecard” and “dashboard” are very often used interchangeably, even though practice may be viewed as technically incorrect by “purists”. One of the best descriptions of the difference between the two terms comes from Wayne Eckerson’s book “Performance Dashboards – Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing your Business.” The main difference between a scorecard and dashboard […]

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