Create specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and timely Zero Suicide goals with the new Zero Suicide Data Dashboard.
Track your system's progress through measurable data.
Built from the same components as the Zero Suicide Data Elements Worksheet, the Data Dashboard can be used in conjunction with the Zero Suicide Organizational Self-Study and your Zero Suicide Work Plan to determine what changes have been made in care due to interventions in training and policies.
Data Elements Dashboard
Similar to the Zero Suicide Data Elements Worksheet, the Zero Suicide Data Dashboard is intended to assist health and behavioral health care organizations in developing a data-driven, quality improvement approach to suicide care. The original Zero Suicide Data Elements Worksheet is still available as a resource.
The Data Dashboard goes beyond the Data Elements Worksheet in that it allows organizations to enter, edit, and monitor their data specific to their implementation of the Zero Suicide framework.
Data Dashboard users can tailor how they set up the Dashboard to ensure that the data they enter reflects how their organization’s specific care improvements affect client outcomes over time.
The Zero Suicide Data Dashboard:
- Contains all of the components of the Data Elements Worksheet and is accessible in a user-friendly online portal.
- Reflects key metrics that systems should use to monitor fidelity to the Zero Suicide framework.
- Displays and summarizes data for multiple groups within an organization over time.
How to Use
Follow the link below to access the Zero Suicide Data Dashboard portal. Please note that you will need to create a user account specific to the Dashboard.
With step-by-step directions and easy-to-understand resources, the database provides organizations with a way to track and communicate progress on Zero Suicide implementation goals consistently and with confidence.
It’s recommended that organizations enter data into the Zero Suicide Data Dashboard quarterly to celebrate implementation successes and identify areas for improvement.