In the realm of healthcare, the journey towards progress is often paved with collaborative efforts and data-driven insights. Harnessing the power of aggregated data not only empowers individual practitioners but also fosters a culture of shared learning and cohesiveness within the healthcare community. The HDC Discover application embodies this spirit of collaboration and information-sharing through two key features: Sharing and Group Membership.

Sharing: Strengthening Bonds Through Exchange

Our Sharing feature is crafted to facilitate seamless exchange among users. Whether it’s sharing (or providing permission to view), your individual aggregate practice data with your practice partners, journal club colleagues, or identifying clinic level aggregates with your Division, Sharing empowers HDC Discover users to engage with peers and partners to add context to the aggregates, as well as enhance curiosity and discussion. This is especially helpful when participating in continuing professional development (CPD) activities, regional resource planning and initiative evaluation. The sharing of aggregate data is intended to spark curiosity and intentional inquiry. Each HDC Discover user decides when, what and with whom they share with.

Member and Organization Sharing

To learn more about how to send sharing requests to your peers, click here.

Group Membership: Cultivating Communities Complementing Sharing is Group Membership, a feature that allows for new cohorts to be formed within the HDC Discover application, fostering community-driven learning, collaboration and group context. Group Membership empowers users to form new groups of individual practitioners or clinics. Whether it’s a casual peer-led learning group or a formal collaboration with coaches or division staff, Group Membership serves as the foundation of collective engagement.

To learn more about how to create custom groups, click here.

Use Sharing and Group Memberships together:

While Sharing facilitates peer collaboration and information exchange, creating new Group Memberships can help to organize new groups and amplify the group efforts. Together, these features lay the groundwork for tracking group progress against a set of specific measures with the additional ability to identify your peers’ results and trends and engage with group members to elevate the positive drivers of success. These are indicators of a vibrant healthcare community, where practitioners unite to understand what the measures and trends reveal, to harness insights into knowledge for continuous practice improvement.