Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Irish Emergency Departments
IAEM in conjunction with the Irish National Board of the College of Emergency Medicine engaged in a very important project to decide upon Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Irish Emergency Departments using a Delphi process. As the Health Information & Quality Authority (HIQA) are developing a suite of KPIs for Emergency Care, the contribution of experts in Emergency Medicine was deemed vital in ensuring that the KPIs chosen were appropriate for Irish Emergency Medicine and Emergency Departments. The study was approved by the Research Ethics Committee of St James’s Hospital/ Adelaide, Meath inc National Children’s Hospital, Tallaght in April 2009.
Dephi Process Round 1
The response rate to the Round 1 questionnaire was 86%. Hereunder are the covering letter for Round 1 of the Delphi process and the results of Round 1.
Dephi Process Round 2
The response rate to the Round 2 questionnaire was 88%. A Summary Report of the responses to the Round 2 questionnaire and a synopsis of any qualitative statements made by respondents are below.
Delphi Process Round 3
The response rate to the Round 3 questionnaire was 88%. A Summary Report of the responses to the Round 3 questionnaire with a synopsis of the qualitative comments made by respondents to the questionnaire items is hereunder.
If you have questions related to the study, please contact:
Dr Abel Wakai
Principal Investigator of the study
A sincere thank you is offered to all those who completed the various rounds of the questionnaire.
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