1. ___________is defined as the systematic process of identifying, collecting, orderly summarization, analysis, and evaluation of data…with the prompt dissemination of findings to those who need to know and need to take action. Testing strategy Descriptive studies Public health surveillance Epidemiological data 2. ________ refers to a mental representation of some aspect of experience, based on prior experiences and memories, structured to facilitate perception, cognition, the drawing of inferences, or the interpretation of new information in terms of existing knowledge. Pattern Schema Organizational design Lean thinking 3. Providing the medical service is a function of the __________. Employees Stakeholders Executive team Community 4. When data is bundled, all of the following could happen except Data reveals erratic performance Key insights can be missed Fundamental process problems with hos care is organized and delivered Any given department can identify the data that is relevant to their needs 5. ___________is how responsibility and authority are distributed throughout an organization, organizational structure can act as systemic structure. Waterline Quality Organization Organizational structure

1.

___________is defined as the systematic process of identifying, collecting, orderly summarization, analysis, and evaluation of data…with the prompt dissemination of findings to those who need to know and need to take action.

Testing strategy

Descriptive studies

Public health surveillance

Epidemiological data

2.

________ refers to a mental representation of some aspect of experience, based on prior experiences and memories, structured to facilitate perception, cognition, the drawing of inferences, or the interpretation of new information in terms of existing knowledge.

Pattern

Schema

Organizational design

Lean thinking

3.

Providing the medical service is a

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