The Global Health Outcomes Benchmarking (GLOBE) pilot program aims to provide risk-adjusted, benchmarks on patient outcomes across multiple hospital sites, using the ICHOM Standard Sets. The program has four main objectives:
Assess the utility of ICHOM Standard Sets for benchmarking outcomes globally
Validate risk adjustment methodologies so that patient outcomes can be adjusted between sites
Deliver risk-adjusted outcomes to participating institutions/hospitals in a data visualization format so that they can understand their relative performance
Determine how pilot sites can use comparative outcomes data to learn from each other
Map of the Globe Program
More than 35 sites and institutions have enrolled in the GLOBE program for Cataracts (CAT) and Hip & Knee Osteoarthritis (HKO). See the map below for participating sites.
GLOBE PART 2
Assess the appropriateness of ICHOM Standard Sets for benchmarking and incorporate the required changes
Design and validate risk adjustment methodologies to adequately adjust participant outcomes between sites
Deliver risk-adjusted outcomes to participating institutions/hospitals in a user friendly format so that they can understand their relative performance
Determine how pilot sites can leverage outcomes data to learn from one another
We will be starting our GLOBE Part 2 pilot soon.
To find out more, or to express your interest in joining, contact us by filling out the form below.
*All data collected as part of this project is governed under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) jointly agreed upon by the participating site and ICHOM. Data is securely compiled by ICON, a third-party data processor. Read our hospital site policy here [LINK TO COME]