Monitoring system for transparency and data driven improvements in the area of functional impairments
Purpose and goal
Quality comparisons in the area of functional impairments indicate disparities between municipalities and care units with regards to the care takers perceived safety, comfort and participation. Costs per care taker (e. g. regarding cost of living and employment) also vary between municipalities. If municipalities in the future are to comply with the law and maintain good quality, these civic functions should be refined in order to achieve more equal results and a higher degree of goal attainment in relation to used resources.
Expected results and effects
This project aims to verify the possibility of developing a fact based monitoring and steering system for people with disabilities. With an increased transparency and continuous access to fact materials, the knowledge transfer will be catalyzed, and municipalities and care units will be given better preconditions for their development efforts.
Planned approach and implementation
This project intends to utilize existing data and to develop a prototype monitoring system that gives a cohesive feedback of outcomes and resource usage, also describing how different processes and interventions affect these. Development will be done iteratively in close dialogue with potential users and stakeholders through the establishment of a reference group.