Hello, this is a follow up to order #547346506 and would like writer U302607. I

Hello, this is a follow up to order #547346506 and would like writer U302607. I

Hello, this is a follow up to order #547346506 and would like writer U302607. I have attached the JMP file my colleague used to help guide me on next steps, but just a start.
I would like the writer to revise the deliverable to reflect the following instructions. Please disregard the survey for now, as I will need to develop that myself. I would just like you to create a new numerator/denominator to create a control chart for pre-intervention control chart and analysis of current patients (commercial insurance BCBS members in IL), utilizing the IVX infusion center, but by specialty (the codes need to categorized). Here is the follow up guidance from my colleague:
“Key is to establish and analyze baseline performance for some metric(s) related to site-of-service (presumably, for some subset of patients), intervene, and re-analyze. Any data gathering, such as through surveys, takes time and has constraints (participation, reliability, …), so moving ahead timely is important.
please address the following before our January meeting:
1. Baseline data of current utilization of infusion services.
* As we discussed, it is important to get some solid footing on a baseline metric to determine if a change has occurred when you implement your intervention. This metric should represent your outcome measure. While you have a lot of cost data it is important to categorize it in a meaningful way that will reflect the change your intervention seeks to capture. For example, if you are interested in utilization costs, make sure you categorize the codes according to 1) disease and/or 2) region so that costs can be interpreted in an meaningful way. In its current form, the cost data needs further categorization to help you gain an understanding of how you want to demonstrate your change. If you want to look at % utilization, or some kind of a rate, make sure you have a numerator and denominator (regardless if it is cost data).
2. Create another draft of the questionnaire.
* As discussed, I highly recommend you do this via Google forms. See if you can send patients a link or provide a tablet while they wait, this can be an efficient way to improve your response rate and alleviate you of the issues associated with data entry and the errors that are introduced with it. I have attached a link to the form we started, but feel free to create your own form or continue with this one, as you wish.
* Patient satisfaction can represent either a process measure or balancing measure, depending on how you want to interpret it. I also think that understanding the factors and/or threshold that can influence a patient’s decision to change infusion centers can also represent a process or balancing measure depending on how you wish to interpret this.
* Link to sample form: https://forms.gle/RchgceSFNbLVyaFQ”

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