Analytics Capability Assessment
Created by the Center for Care Innovations
The Center for Care Innovations (CCI) developed this Analytics Capacity Assessment to address a potential gap around defining and assessing analytics capability in health centers, as well as to provide education on some of the complexity and nuance of working with data and building a data-driven culture.
The assessment covers three domains: People, Process and Technology. This is a pretty standard framework for understanding how to build capability, or generally what to consider when making a significant change or improvement within an organization.
Within each domain there are a number of factors. This assessment offers up indicators that show how these factors manifest within organizations at different levels. To align these metrics to give users a sense of their overall analytic capability, they have broken down these examples into four stages: reactive, responsive, proactive and predictive.
Visit CCI's introduction to the tool, as well as the tool, and a handbook with more information using the links below.
[Tool] Analytics Capability AssessmentFrom the Center for Care Innovations, developed in 2014 and updated in 2017. When you click through, scroll down to the orange button at the bottom to download the resource.
[Video] Introduction to Analytics Capability AssessmentVideo from the Center for Care Innovations introducing the Analytics Capability Assessment tool linked to above. Both are part of CCI's Data Governance Handbook, linked to here as well.
[Toolkit] Data Governance Handbook This handbook will help you begin to treat your data as organizational currency. The Data Governance Handbook provides practical tools and guidance for implementing effective data governance.