Using the Evidence Graph to capture argumentation about health decisions.
Guide: Promoting Evidence-Based Insights
Decision frameworks are tricky, and healthcare value assessment frameworks are no exception. While they can provide objectivity and support decision quality, they can also smother innovation and prevent some patients from receiving needed care. US pharma industry groups have reacted strongly to the framework used by ICER, the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review. This […]
Build an evidence-based strategy with a Strategy Board.
Ugly Research, the producer of PepperSlice, offers a new guide, Promoting Evidence-Based Insights. Intended for PepperSlice users, the guide explains how to shape your content around four essential elements: Top-line, evidence-based, bite-size, and reusable. It’s suitable for people in marketing, R&D, analytics, or advocacy. Show how A → B. So people don’t think tl;dr or […]
Evidence graphs: Visualizing insights in PepperSlice.
The PepperSlice Strategy Board type is an easy way to show how strategic outcomes map to influential factors, with supporting evidence one click away. Oftentimes people create diagrams or maps to illustrate a strategy: Typically these show primary goals, along with factors that influence the desired outcomes. In PepperSlice, you can do something similar, but […]
Weighted evidence, plus drag and drop.
In PepperSlice, you can browse through Slices to see people's insights, along with their supporting evidence. The Evidence Graph is another way to view this data. Shown here is the Evidence Graph for a Board about management factors influencing business growth. It's an easy way to see data relationships, with supporting evidence one click away. […]
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Drag & Drop. Rearrange the Slices on a Board by simply dragging and dropping them into the order you want displayed. Typically, people place the evidence they want emphasized in the first (left-hand) position. New Board type: Weighted Evidence. When presenting Slices on a Board, now you can rank them to indicate their relative weight […]
Two new PepperSlice features this week: 1. Following people. Now you can follow other Slicers, so it’s easier to keep up with what your colleagues are doing. To follow someone: Click their screen name to display their profile, and click Follow. To see who you’re following: Select People in top menu –> People you follow. […]