Diana Mahoney, Editorial Manager
Transparency matters. It’s that simple. Providing access to high-quality, relevant data leads to more-informed decision-making, promotes accountability and identifies improvement opportunities.
But transparency itself is not a solution; it is a vehicle. It is what allows organizations—and individuals within organizations—to evaluate their performance more completely. It also enables them to understand where they are relative to industry standards, organizational objectives and individual goals.
Health systems that have embarked on successful transparency journeys
have developed processes for robust data collection, program ...