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Using Your Performance Measure Data to Make Impactful Change
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When:

Timeframe (dates):  2.5 day workshop
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 to Thursday, October 18, 2018

Workshop Cancellation Deadline:  8/15/2018

Registration Fee: $0.00

Where:

Hotel: Hampton Inn - Philadelphia Convention Center
1301 Race Street
Philadelphia,  PA 19107
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Reservations: To Make Your Reservations Call: 2156659100

Reservations Code: NEDARC

Reservation Deadline: Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Block Room Rate: $185.00/night
Registrants are responsible for reserving and making their own hotel room reservations. NEDARC cannot reserve hotel rooms for anyone.

Amenities: Hotel Facts
•Adjacent to the Pennsylvania Convention Center in downtown Philadelphia
•Within walking distance of Philadelphia Chinatown, Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, museums, and major hospitals



•Free hot breakfast
•Clean and fresh Hampton bed®
•Free high-speed internet access in every room
•Gym/fitness center use

Other Lodging Information: You can also book your reservation using the online system Click here to book online.

Background:

Public health focuses on improving and protecting community health and well-being using multiple strategies. Effective public health work is guided by data that can help it evaluate program impact, monitor its progress, and determine barriers to change. Indicators or performance measures are used in public health to measure progress. The EMS for Children program has designed performance measures as a set of standards to measure long-term progress at both state and national levels in key areas of pediatric emergency care. Indicators or performance measures can inform managers about changes and help managers make changes to their program.

Description:

In this 2 1/2-day workshop participants will develop an understanding of core values, concepts, basic processes, and approaches in public health. This information will enable participants to be able to use this knowledge for addressing health-related needs and concerns of populations. Participants will be able to describe how social determinants of health impacts pediatric emergency care. They will be able describe basic concepts of effective and persuasive health communication. They will learn about the different elements that make up a successful program (i.e. inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes), as well as explore the context in which these programs function (e.g. social context, stakeholders, external factors, assumptions). Participants will have an increased understanding of how programmatic activities are related to national performance measures. Participants will explore how use and visualize performance measure data and other types of data for program planning, improvement, and impactful change.

Learning Objectives:

1. Interpret the process of performance measurement in the context of public health
2. Describe Performance Measure data with charts, graphs and other visual aids using aggregate data
3. Develop data-driven programmatic activities

Target Audience:

EMSC Program Managers

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Required Equipment/Software:

Participants will need to bring a laptop with a power cord and an external mouse. The laptop must have an Internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer) and be capable of connecting to the Internet via Wi-Fi. Participants will also need access to their state Tableau Dashboard.
Participants are encouraged to have Microsoft Excel for exploring your report data.

 

 

 

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