How Are CHIPRA Demonstration States Approaching Practice-Level Quality Measurement and What Are They Learning?
AbstractThis Evaluation Highlight discusses the early accomplishments, challenges, and lessons learned from the following four states pursuing practice-level quality measurement: Maine, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. It describes the statesâ€™ efforts to select meaningful measures, adapt health plan and state-level measures for practice-level reporting, and use technology to collect measurement data. The analysis draws on semi-structured interviews with demonstration staff, providers, and stakeholders and semi-annual reports the states submitted to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
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Date of creation: 30 Jan 2013
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CHIPRA; Quality Measurement; Maine; Massachusetts; North Carolina; Pennsylvania; Health;
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