Individualized decision making is important. If we want more patients to be able to access it, we'll need to develop better tools and resources.
James Dolan's insight:
Individualized decisions require consideration of multiple criteria, patient and provider preferences, and high quality outcomes data. Multi-criteria decision making is tailor made for helping people do this.
Do you want to make a difference in your life? In your organization? In the world? Working Out Loud can help you.
Powered by peer support circles spreading the practice across companies and countries, Working Out Loud is now a growing movement. In this talk, John Stepper describes how you can start, so you can unlock a better career and life.
John helps people access a better career and life – and helps organizations create a more open, connected culture – by spreading the practice of Working Out Loud.
Agency Theory: The existence of massive data sets in many arenas is creating new challenges. Most people know about the issue of spurious correlations that do not represent true cause-and-effect. However a second challenge is more insidious and costly: this is the expense – which can run into the billions of dollars – of managing data that does not lead to actionable and valuable outcomes for an organization. For this reason, organizations that can identify the 20% of data that represents 80% of value realize a substantial advantage.
In this talk, I introduce Agency Theory, which is a mathematical framework for analyzing decision models to solve this problem. Agency theory borrows key ideas from machine learning, to solve a different purpose: rather than finding a set of parameters that best fits a data set, the objective is to find a set of decisions that leads to the most favorable set of outcomes, along with the data that is most valuable in supporting those decisions.
From theory to practice Shared decision making is a process during which clinicians and patients collaborate to make health decisions, considering both the best available evidence and patients’ preferences.9 It is particularly appropriate for...
James Dolan's insight:
Discussion of a key issue in promoting a more patient-centered approach to clinical practice.
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