The distribution chart format presents your organization’s data in comparison to all other clinics within your HDC Discover application. If your organization has established sharing relationships, commonly known as ‘shares,’ with other clinics, you will be able to observe how your organization compares to those specific clinics. However, if you currently do not have any active sharing relationships in place, the data for other clinics will be anonymized in your view of this chart.
- Accessing the distribution chart involves the following steps:
- Begin by accessing the QI Panel, which provides a list of measures.
- Choose a measure of interest from the available options.
- Select the + icon to view the extended view of the measure, including chosen data sources and other visualizations.
- Locate the Distribution chart on the right-hand side of the graphs.
- The distribution chart utilizes different colors to represent organizations and their respective data:
- Light grey bars denote organizations without sharing relationships, labeled as “anonymous.”
- Dark grey bars represent organizations with established sharing relationships, and hovering over these bars reveals their names.
- The organization’s own bar is highlighted in a distinct color, such as yellow, to facilitate easy identification.
To summarize, distribution charts with identifiable organizations facilitate conversations among group members, allowing users to inquire about their colleagues’ activities or experiences that may contribute to varying measurement responses across clinics within the group.