Hexitime has partnered with the incredibly popular and powerful #Makingdatacount national movement led by Samantha Riley and her improvement analytics team.
Join here to learn how you can overcome the limitations of popular measurement approaches such as Red amber Green (RAG) tables with better appraoches such as Statistical Process Control (SPC)
See how you can strengthen your confidence in using SPC for analysis and effective decision-making — helping you to make the very best use of your data. You can hear and learn from Hexitimers working in the health and social care system with expertise to share on the benefits of moving to SPC.
You can use this campaign space to offer your making data count skills or request them for your own work.
There are many ways to engage with activities in support of this campaign. You can even yourself. Here's how to get involved:
Ask a question, gather ideas, collate feedback and co-produce solutions.
Start a public or private project team - using various tools to work together and collaborate.
Use the timebank to offer your skills, knowledge and resources.
Use the timebank to access skills, knowledge and resources.
Please don't forget to tag this campaign to your saved profile. This will show everyone that you support this campaign. Good luck and thank you for your support.
Become a partner
Our vision for Hexitime is to facilitate improvement within health and social care across a variety of member, organisation, special interest, regional, national and system levels.
To achieve this, we have developed a partnership model for groups and organisations who wish to ignite collaboration across the system with our innovative skill exchange and timebank.
With many partner benefits such as administration access, bespoke reports, increased visibility and the opportunity to sponsor campaigns; we warmly invite you to help us co-create the Hexitime movement.
If you are interested in becoming a Hexitime partner, please contact Hesham or John.
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