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  • Science
  • Quality Improvement Tools

  • RSNA QIC endorses these QI tools to help you identify areas for improvement and design an intervention for your institution.

     

    Brainstorming »

    Provide guidelines and organization for generating a list of ideas.

     

    Flowchart »

    Clearly define a work process while identifying problems and improvement opportunities.

     

    Nominal Group Technique (NGT) »

    Combine formalized brainstorming and decision making with minimal interaction.

     

    Cause and Effect Diagram »

    Categorize and graphically organize various contributing factors and their relationships within a process to identify improvement opportunities.

     

    Multivoting »

    Select the most significant or highest priority item from a list using a structured approach and popular opinion.

     

    Prioritization Matrix »

    Rank problems and issues by organizational criteria and achieve consensus.