mindsON RBQM | Episode 8

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Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) are an integral part of Risk-Based Quality Management. They are one of the most important ways of detecting risks that are emerging as issues – so that you can take time to act and reduce the impact of those issues. In this interactive session, after providing a background, we will explore questions such as: How do KRIs link to the risk assessment? What does an effective KRI look like? What is the likelihood that a KRI indeed detects a risk increase? What is the likelihood that a KRI ‘fires’ but the risk did not materialize? How do you set thresholds? How are KRIs typically used? Can you change thresholds during the study? Can KRIs be muted if not needed anymore?

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