Using Data to make You and Your Program Shine!

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Conflict of Interest
 Ann Dohn – No conflicts of interest to disclose
 Nancy Piro – No conflicts of interest to disclose
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SES072
Mission NOT Impossible – Using Data to make
You and Your Program Shine!
Ann Dohn, MA
DIO & GME Director
Nancy Piro, PhD
Program Manager/Education Specialist
Session Outcomes
Participants will be able to:
 Understand the many varied sources of data elements
and how they can be organized and used in both
resident (CCC) and program (APE) evaluations
 Develop and utilize dashboard/report card structured
tools to track resident performance and program
performance across all aspects of their training
requirements, both current and longitudinally
 Identify ways to customize and adapt to individual
program and institution needs
 Take home tools to facilitate the implementation of
these objectives
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Overwhelmed by Data?
Data elements can be organized and used in both
resident (CCC) and program (PEC / APE)
evaluations
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NAS Data and YOU !
 The program coordinator plays a crucial role in developing,
implementing, collecting data, reporting milestone data,
program evaluation data…
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Let’s Break it Down…Different data elements for different purposes:
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Do you provide the CCC members any evaluation data to review
before the meeting?
100%
75%
50%
25%
82.65%
17.35%
Yes
No
0%
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Focusing on the data for your CCC (Clinical
Competency Committee)
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Pulling the Data Together
End-ofRotation
Evaluations
Clinical
Skills
Assessment
Nursing and
Staff /
Techs
Evaluations
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Quality
Improvement
Activities
Clinical
Competency
Committee
Progress on
Milestones
Sim
Lab
In-service
training
exams
Safety
Incident
Reports
Case
Logs
Patient/
Family
Evaluations
Data used in CCC meetings for trainee assessment
Aggregate Direct
Milestone
Evaluations
65.38%
Aggregate Rotation
Evaluations
93.85%
Staff or patient
(360) Evaluations
76.92%
Technical Skills
Assessments/MiniCEX's
44.62%
Scholarly Activities
63.08%
Case Volumes
36.92%
0%
10%
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20%
30%
40%
10
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 1 – Defining what to track
Evaluations
Milestone End of Rotation (Total)
Medical Knowledge
Patient Care
Interpersonal & Communication Skills
Professionalism
Systems-Based Practice
Practice-Based Learning & Improvement
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 1 – Defining what to track
In-service Assessments (MK; PC)
Routine procedure technical skills
assessment: Level 2-3
Complex procedure technical skills
assessment: Level 3-4
Medical Knowledge Assessments
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 1 – Defining what to track
Case Logs / Clinical Experience (PC)
VAGINAL DELIVERY
CAESAREAN SECTION
PEDIATRICS
PEDIATRICS UNDER 3
CARDIAC
ENDOVASCULAR
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 1 – Defining what to track
Quality Improvement/Patient Safety
QI Project
QI Committee Participation
QI Course Work (e.g., IHI)
SAFE Report / Adverse Event Review
Patient Handover Evaluations
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 1 – Defining what to track
Practice-Based Learning
Patient outcomes / Case Study Presentation
Scholarly Activity: Research study
Scholarly Activity: Publications
Presentation at Internal and National Meeting
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 1 – Defining what to track
Communication
Patient Feedback
Staff Evaluation
Medical Student Feedback
Patient Handover Evaluations
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 2 - Link data sources to milestones
Evaluations
Milestone End of Rotation (Total)
Medical Knowledge
Patient Care
Communication
Professionalism
Systems-Based Practice
Practice-Based Learning
Quality Improvement/Patient Safety
QI Project
QI Committee Participation
QI Course Work (e.g., IHI)
SAFE Report / Adverse Event Review
Patient Handover Evaluations
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Milestones
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MK A1
PC A1-10
ICS A1-2
PROF 1-5
SBP A1-2
PBLI A1-4
PBLI1-2
PBLI1-2
PBLI1-2
PROF1/2; SBP1
SBP1; ICS1
Milestone Data Translation to Numerical Data
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 3: CCC defines performance ranges
Example:
For all aggregate milestone evaluation scores for a PGY
3, the CCC defines these ranges:
At or Above Expectation:
2.8 and higher
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Below Expectation:
1.7 – 2.7
Remediation:
Below 1.7
Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 4 – Set conditional formatting
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 4 – Set conditional formatting
Example: Aggregate milestone evaluation data cells
Highlight cells to apply
the conditional
formatting
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 4 – Set conditional formatting
Click on “Conditional Formatting”
“Highlight Cells Rules”
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Step 4 – Set conditional formatting
Select, “Greater Than” “Less Than” or “Between” to Set Value
Ranges
Choose the corresponding fill color (e.g., red, yellow, green)
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Compiling and centralizing data
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Resident Performance Profile:
Step 5: Enter in data
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Creating a Resident Performance Profile
Visual Trends and Detailed Data
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There was no way we could have had an effective CCC meeting
without completing pre-work.
TRUE
90.58%
FALSE
8.07%
Not
applicable
1.35%
0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
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Other Resources to make you shine!
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Leveraging Resident Management System
(RMS)Tools, if Available
 RMSs – becoming more feature rich
− CCC Online Functionality – Assign Files, Upload all required
data for Preliminary Review, etc
− Curriculum
 Goals and Objectives and learning outcomes by
rotation
 Teaching and Assessment methodologies
− Evaluation tool development
 Sharing between programs and institutions
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Leveraging Resident Management System
(RMS)Tools, if Available
 Conference attendance statistics
− Core competencies linked to specified conferences
− Attaching conference materials for later reference
 Procedures and levels; linked procedure evaluations
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Leveraging Resident Management System
(RMS)Tools, if Available
• Resident portfolio tools
QI participation and outcomes
Scholarly Activity logs
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Leveraging Resident Management System
(RMS)Tools, if Available
 Aggregate reporting and graphic summaries

Peer or departmental average, individual average, minimum and maximum scores,
standard deviation or listing of all scores
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Leveraging Calendaring and Task Management
Software
 Set “data gathering and reporting” appointments with yourself
 Remember to start your timeline with the end in mind (e.g., CCC meeting
dates)
 Break down large tasks into smaller tasks to keep it manageable
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Leveraging Calendaring and Task Management
Software
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PGY 1 Ranked at Graduation Level
1
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When Remediation is Evident
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Switching gears to APEs
APEs
CCCs
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Where do I begin?
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Program Evaluation Committee (PEC) Must Monitor and Track (V.C.2):
1. RESIDENT PERFORMANCE
2. FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
3. GRADUATE PERFORMANCE
4. PROGRAM QUALITY
5. PROGRESS ON THE PREVIOUS YEAR’S ACTION PLAN
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RESIDENT PERFORMANCE
 The most recent aggregated written evaluations of the
residents submitted by faculty and other evaluators
 In-training/In-service exam scores
 Procedure logs (if applicable)
 Scholarly activity (publications, presentations, grant
awards, etc.)
 Learning portfolios: documented quality improvement
activities
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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
 ABMS certification status for all faculty
 Updated faculty CVs
 Documentation (faculty survey; attendance logs) of faculty
participation in:
− CME-type activities directed toward acquisition of clinical
knowledge and skills and also activities directed toward
developing teaching abilities, professionalism, and abilities for
incorporating the core competencies into practice
− Teaching (conferences, grand rounds, journal clubs, lecturebased CME events, workshops, directed QI projects, practiceimprovement self study).
 Faculty actively involved in mentor relationships with
residents/fellows.
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GRADUATE PERFORMANCE
 Aggregated board exam pass rates
 Aggregated alumni survey results (typically, such surveys
target physicians one year and five years after graduation –
survey questions may inquire about such items as current
professional activities of graduates and perceptions on how
well prepared they are as a result of the program)
 Other outcome measures
− Practice location (underserved areas)
− Academic Affiliations
− Scholarly Activity
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Alumni Surveys …
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PROGRAM QUALITY
 The most recent aggregated written evaluations of the program
submitted by faculty
 The most recent aggregated written evaluations of the program (and/or
specific rotations) submitted by residents
 The most recent aggregated written evaluations of the faculty submitted
by residents
 Faculty’s recent scholarly activity (publications, presentations, grant
awards, etc.)
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PROGRAM QUALITY - Continued
 The most recent ACGME survey results
 The most recent GME House Staff survey results
 The most recent GMEC Internal Review Report
 Any recent communications from the ACGME or RRC
 Program Report Card/Scorecard
− Trend Analyses
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PROGRAM QUALITY - Continued
 Curriculum
 Overall and rotation-specific goals and objectives (Are they
appropriate? Do they align with the core competencies?)
 Didactic curriculum (Is there at least one regular conference
targeted to the residents’ level?)
 Opportunities for scholarly activity
 Compliance with any new standards established by the ACGME,
RRC, ABMS, etc.
− Assessment Methods (Are evaluation tools appropriate? Do they align with
the core competencies?)
− Resources: Personnel (PD, PC, faculty), Affiliated Training Sites,
Patient/Procedure Volume,
 Learning Environment (space, call rooms, books,
computers, etc.)
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PROGRESS ON THE PREVIOUS YEAR’S ACTION PLAN
Review progress / (attempts to resolve problems) with respect to
last year’s Annual Review delineating identified areas of weakness.
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Diamond in the Rough…
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Making Your Program Shine
 Use your data !!
− ADS Updates
 Major Changes
− Applicants
− Annual Reports
− Scorecards
− Monitor Program Improvement
− Monitor Trends
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Report Card Trending Example
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How Can You Build a Scorecard? Easier than it looks!
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External Measures
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Internal Measures
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Web ADS
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Annual Reports
PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY
ANNUAL REPORT
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Managing it all: How will I pull this off?
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Use Technology to Your Advantage…RECAP
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Know your program requirements and
follow them unconditionally
Use simple spreadsheet, calendaring and
task organizational tools to manage,
track and present resident performance
data to your CCC
Resident education is a cyclical process –
revisit and revise tools and processes
each year
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Asking Why??
 Continue to ask: “Why am I doing this??
 Is there a better way…”Five Why’s”
 Then streamline – no use collecting data that won’t be used i.e., “useless”
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The Toolbox
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Tools Can Be Downloaded @ www.gme.stanford.edu
GME Community
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Templates – A3
Tools
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Questions
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Contact Information:
 Ann Dohn: [email protected]
 Nancy Piro: [email protected]
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