CASE STUDY. The story you are about to see is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. And?. What’s Happening & So What?. Monitor Results. The Decision-Making Cycle. Objectives & Criteria. Make it Work!. Compare/ Select. Alternatives?. Decision-Making Cycle.
The story you are about to see is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent.
What’s Happening & So What?
Objectives & Criteria
Make it Work!
CycleInformational Data Requests
Clarify Requirement & Sources
How to Present?
Descriptive Stats & Problem Data Detection/ Correction
Results Make Sense?
Source: M2, SIDR Detail
Why would the Navy have a mortality rate
about 20% less than the other
two military departments?
What if the “age-sex mix” of the military departments varies widely?
Do the mortality rates look as
different when adjusted for age-sex differences?
Regardless of how we identify OCO, at most there are only 8 or 9 total deaths.
“Potentially Preventable Admissions” is covered later in this course.
. . . The next excursion is left to you!