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I'm really concerned as I'm nearing the time when we're supposed to identify the priority indicators from the CHSA that it's going to be really difficult to do. We have about ~200 indicators total that are being included and will only have a 3-4 hour meeting for this process.
Here's what I'm considering doing:
Have every sub-group (3 of them) answer the six questions for their list of indicators (Does it affect a large number of people, broad implications for long-term health solutions, etc.) as either yes or no or a scale from 1 to 5 - the issue is some of these questions should be weighted more than others it seems ...
Anyways, ask each group to go through this process with their indicator and then taking the highest scoring indicators to the large meeting.
Then, I may use a nominal group technique and ask everyone to rank their top 3-5 choices ...
I don't know. Does anyone have any thoughts on this idea or suggestions for how you quickly/painlessly moved through this process? We're on a very tight timeline!
Here are suggestions that come to mind:
Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and send me your list of indicators if you'd like me to pass it on to my colleagues at NACCHO and maybe we can devise some way to help you.