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Figure 1 Measuring Health Care Quality Carolyn M. Clancy, MD Director U.S. Organization for Healthcare Research and Quality for May 2008

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Health Care Quality Figure 5 Varies A LOT ; NOT obviously identified with $$ spent Matters – can be measured and enhanced Measurement science is developing: Structure, procedure and results Broad acknowledgment that patient experience is crucial part Strong spotlight on open reporting Motivates suppliers to enhance Not yet \'customer amicable\'

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70 Million Americans Benefit from Quality Measurement Figure 6 96% of heart assault casualties were endorsed beta-blocker treatment in 2005, up from 62% in 1996 * 77.7% of youngsters selected in private wellbeing arranges got all prescribed inoculations, up 5% from 72.5% in 2004 * Evidence-based rules from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association have decreased mortality among patients who have shown at least a bit of kindness assault * National Committee for Quality Assurance

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AHRQ\'s National Reports on Quality and Disparities Figure 7 New versions accessible New productivity section Disability information included More wellbeing proficiency

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2007 National Reports: Some Good News, Need for Improvement Figure 8 The rate of change in quality somewhere around 1994 and 2005 was 2.3%, down from 3.1% from 1994-2004 More than 60% of the abberations in nature of consideration have finished what had been started or exacerbated for Blacks, Asians and poor people, and roughly 56% of inconsistencies have not enhanced for Hispanics For Blacks, Asians, Hispanics and poor populaces, about portion of the center measures of value used to track access to care are enhancing

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Uninsurance is a Major Barrier to Reducing Disparities Figure 9 Better Same Worse Uninsured people do more terrible than secretly safeguarded people on just about 90% of value measures Uninsured people do more terrible than secretly protected people on all entrance measures 100% 1 75% half 25% 0 Access (6CRM) Quality (9CRM) 2007 National Healthcare Disparities Report, AHRQ

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Overall Scope Figure 10 Patients get the best possible finding and treatment just around 55% of the time * Overall, incongruities in human services quality and access are not getting littler ** Total social insurance consumptions in 2006 totaled $2.1 trillion (16% of GDP) and are anticipated to reach $4.1 trillion (19.6% of GDP) by 2016 *** * McGlynn E, Asch S, et al. The Quality of Health Care Delivered to Adults in the United States N Engl J Med 2003;348:2635-45. ** AHRQ 2007 National Healthcare Disparities Report *** National Health Expenditure Accounts

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What? Figure 11

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Why? Figure 12 The "why" is a frameworks test: The U.S. has greatly gifted and qualified medicinal services experts who have not been prepared to work in groups The conveyance framework is divided, so data doesn\'t take after patients as they move from doctor\'s facilities to different destinations of consideration Payment is quality impartial Light Figure Fragment Craig A. Kraft Washington, DC

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There Are Major Opportunities for Improvement: Examples Figure 13 Uptake of wellbeing data innovation, while still moderately moderate, is picking up footing Growing spotlight on relative viability research HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt\'s Value-Driven Health Care Initiative Chartered Value Exchanges National Learning Network Downtown USA Alejandra Vernon

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Emerging Methods in Comparative Effectiveness & Safety Figure 14 A progression of 23 articles by AHRQ analysts on new methodologies in similar adequacy strategies are gathered in an exceptional October version of Medical Care A significant new asset for researchers focused on propelling the near adequacy and security inquire about The Resource Center in Oregon drove the advancement procedure, drafted the archive and oversee work bunches, and took care of open remark Source:

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Figure 16 Role Of IT In Reducing Medical Errors Percent who say… Have you or a relative ever made your own arrangement of therapeutic records to guarantee that you and the greater part of your human services suppliers have the greater part of your medicinal data? The coordination among the distinctive wellbeing experts that they see is an issue Yes They have seen a medicinal services proficient and saw that they didn\'t have the greater part of their restorative data 32% They needed to sit tight or return for another arrangement on the grounds that the supplier did not have all their therapeutic data 1% Don\'t know No 67% Source: Kaiser Family Foundation/Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality/Harvard School of Public Health National Survey on Consumers\' Experiences with Patient Safety and Quality Information, November 2004 (Conducted July 7 – September 5, 2005).

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Figure 17 Personal Experience Did the blunder have genuine wellbeing outcomes, minor wellbeing results, or no wellbeing outcomes by any stretch of the imagination? Have you been by and by included in a circumstance where a preventable medicinal mistake was made in your own restorative consideration or that of a relative? Genuine wellbeing results Yes 21% 34% No Minor wellbeing outcomes 10% 65% 3% No wellbeing outcomes 1% Don\'t Know Source: Kaiser Family Foundation/Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality/Harvard School of Public Health National Survey on Consumers\' Experiences with Patient Safety and Quality Information, November 2004 (Conducted July 7 – September 5, 2005).

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Guidelines & Measures Figure 18 More accentuation should be put on what\'s most vital We measure what we can Identifying what matters and deciding how it can be measured Rather Than

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Guidelines Measures Incentives Figure 19 " You can get 60% of the change from 15% of the change" Don Berwick Where ought to the bustling essential consideration hone start? Where ought to strategy producers focus on their motivating forces? To changes that: Produce the best advantage Address the greatest quality hole Can be actualized most effectively, economically and securely

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Reconciling Guidelines and Quality Measures Figure 20 Developing rules that address an extensive variety of requirements… Low-Risk Patients Higher Risk Patients

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Challenges in Addressing Multiple Conditions Figure 21 Interactions between ailments Interactions between medicines Multiple meds Multiple suppliers Tension between remedial objectives

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Setting Priorities for Patients with Multiple Conditions Figure 22 Address the requirement for clinicians to set needs, measuring the advantages and weights of progressively complex therapeutic regiments Make beyond any doubt rules stay aware of extraordinary issue of treating more established and more slight patients

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"Quiet Centered" Guidelines Figure 23 If consideration is to be understanding focused, rules need to mirror this objective Quality measures must suit contrasts in: Patient qualities Patient inclinations

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What Level of Collaboration Is Practical? Figure 24 Globalize the proof, restrict the basic leadership Guidelines may need to reflect neighborhood values, malady weights, needs and assets BUT WE NEED TO SHARE… Information on the best way to grow clear and down to earth rules Evidence on hindrances and facilitators to actualizing rules Evidence about mix of rules in electronic wellbeing records

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The Goal Figure 25 Historically, the attention has been on structure as of late, there has been more enthusiasm for procedure – the right care Tomorrow\'s objective? Results and final products

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The Information Exists Figure 26 Information on points including rules, measures, motivating forces and results are accessible for an extensive variety of employments. Included is data about: Hospitals: Nursing Homes: Health Plans: Various Health Care Organizations: Hospital Compare Nursing Home Compare National Committee for Quality Assurance Quality Check ®

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CBO Report on Comparative Effectiveness Figure 27 Congressional Budget Office Report: Discusses a few instruments for arranging and subsidizing extra similar viability research endeavors Reviews the diverse sorts of exploration that could be sought after and the presumable advantages and costs Considers the potential impacts that such research could have on social insurance spending

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Reasons for Optimism Figure 28 Multiple partners are cooperating AQA & HQA built up the Quality Alliance Steering Committee to advance quality estimation, straightforwardness and change in consideration There is clear acknowledgment that there ought to be one arrangement of measures A move is underneath toward genuine institutionalization crosswise over offices and associations A mutual feeling of direness exists on enhancing understanding results, workforce profitability and costs The National Quality Forum is uniting partners to set up needs to move forward

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Future Opportunities Figure 29 The essential open door includes patients We won\'t enhance interminable sickness care without dynamic, educated Patients as customers Women are vital

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This is not a Political Issue, It\'s a Practical Issue Figure 30 Quality and access are connected Quality will be a noteworthy topic of numerous change recommendations Quality is vital to showing signs of improvement worth for what we\'re spending on human services

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21 st Century Health Care Figure 31 Improving quality by advancing a society of security through Value-Driven Health Care Information-rich, persistent centered undertakings Information and confirmation change communications from responsive to proactive (advantages and damages) Evidence is ceaselessly refined as a by-result of consideration conveyance 21 st Century Health Care Actionable data accessible – to clinicians AND patients – "continuously"

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