We call our Change Packages the “How-To, How-To” of improvement. A patient safety “bundle of care” tells us what should be done to improve outcomes for certain patient populations or treatments. A Change Package provides practical strategies for implementing those strategies at the local level. 

INSIDE A CHANGE PACKAGE

CHANGE IDEAS


Specific ideas that have proven track records of support or achievement for primary and secondary drivers.

SUGGESTED PROCESS MEASURES


Tracking your data in this manner will provide valuable information you need to study your data across time, and determine the effect your improvement strategies are having in your hospital at reducing patient harm. 

PLAN DO STUDY ACT (PDSA) IN ACTION


With Rapid Cycle Improvement methodology, the PDSA will allow you to identify an aspect of your hospital you would like to improve, establish a small test of change, and put your test into action. The Change Packages will give you strategies on how to approach topic specific PDSA within your hospital.

DRIVER DIAGRAMS


A driver diagram visually demonstrates the causal relationship between change ideas, secondary drivers, primary drivers and your overall aim. A description of each of these components is outlined in the table below. This change package is organized by reviewing the components of the driver diagram to (1) help your care team identify potential change ideas to implement at your facility, and (2) show how this quality improvement tool can be used by your team to tackle new process problems. 

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