Linking Competencies to Quality Improvement
Quality improvement data is an important input to any competency assessment process because it can demonstrate program success or identify performance deficiencies. Using quality improvement data to direct your competency assessment process can be highly cost effective and keep the focus on important skills.
Without this input, many organizations amass an overwhelming list of competencies to assess, and focus primarily on meeting perceived accreditation requirements rather than improving the quality of patient care.
In this complimentary webinar, Donna Wright, the author of “The Ultimate Guide to Competency Assessment in Healthcare”, will explain how you can use your quality improvement data to:
Following Donna’s presentation, Halogen Software will provide a brief demonstration of Halogen eAppraisal™ Healthcare, highlighting how automation can support efficient and effective competency assessments.
About Donna Wright:
Donna is a consultant with Creative Health Care Management. She helps health care organizations create valuable competency and staff development programs for all departments. She earned her Master's degree from the University of Minnesota. Donna has served as President of the National Nursing Staff Development Organization and is a recipient of that organization's Promoting Excellence in Consultation award. Donna has published several books and articles, including the best seller “The Ultimate Guide to Competency Assessment in Healthcare” which has recently been translated in to Japanese. Donna has consulted across the globe on competency and other healthcare human resources topics.