Theme 3

Workshop: Transforming quality registrers into learning improvement networks

12:45-14:30

Background
Analysis of population data from Jönköping County, quality registers for patients affected by chronic diseases such as the Swedish Registry for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, SWIBREG and the United States Multiple Sclerosis Continuous Quality Improvement (MS-CQI) research collaborative offers insight in existing geographic system-level variations of outcomes and for relapses and all cause hospitalizations, even when controlling for individual level factors. All targets for improving chronic care.

Goals
The goal of this workshop is to learn more about the role and use of national quality registrers like the Swedish Registry for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, SWIBREG, county based population based data from Region Jönköpings län and results from the United States Multiple Sclerosis Continuous Quality Improvement (MS-CQI) research collaborative in their effort to improve care and to transform into learning networks.

Organization and Method of presentation
Group discussions based on participants experiences and examples. Short theoretical reflections.
Target audience
This workshop is for you if you are involved in quality improvement and curious about how population based data can be used to facilitate learning and improving care for patients affected by chronic diseases like IBD and MS.
Learning objectives
To get knowledge about national and international examples of quality registers and their transformation into learning networks.


Presenter/s: Brant Oliver (Dartmouth, USA) , Dennis Nordvall (Qulturum, Region Jönköping County, Sweden) , Martin Rejler (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)