Track E: Measuring and Reporting on Provider and System Performance

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AHRQ Data Resources To Inform Health Policy Research: The Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) (Session 76)

AHRQ Data Resources to Inform Health Policy Research: The Medical Expenditures Panel Survey (MEPS) (PowerPoint® File, 3.8 MB; Web Version)
Jeffrey Rhoades, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

New and Improved: Registries for Evaluating Patient Outcomes and HIT (Session 51)

New and Improved: Registries for Evaluating Patient Outcomes and HIT (PowerPoint® File, 2 MB; Web Version)
Elise Berliner, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Rich Gliklich and Nancy Dreyer, Outcome

Community Care Coordination Score Card: Raising the Bar Across Communities (Session 57)

Building and supporting community capacity: Measuring the Success and Barriers to Medical Home Placement for Our Most Vulnerable Community Members (PowerPoint® File, 624 KB; Web Version)
Sherry Gray, St. Vincent Health

Community Care Coordination Score Card: Raising the Bar Across Communities (PowerPoint® File, 2.5 MB; Web Version)
Mary Overall, Central Oklahoma Integrated Network System, Inc.

Score Card Pilot Results (PowerPoint® File, 133 KB; Web Version)
Sarah Redding, Community Health Access Project

Bernalillo County Pathways to a Healthy Community (PowerPoint® File, 404 KB; Web Version)
Daryl Smith, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

MONAHRQ—Input Your Data, Output Your Web Site (Session 34)

MONAHRQ A Web-Based Tool for Quality and Utilization Reporting (PowerPoint® File, 4.1 MB; Web Version)
Anne Elixhauser, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Nevada Takes Flight With MONAHRQ (PowerPoint® File, 1.7 MB; Web Version)
Joseph Greenway, University of Nevada Las Vegas

MONAHRQ 2.0 ETA December 2010 (PowerPoint® File, 2.5 MB; Web Version)
Carol Sniegoski, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Key "Do's" of Public Report Design: Experts Weigh In and Review Three NEW AHRQ Resources (Session 71)

3 Key "Do's" of Public Reporting (PowerPoint® File, 1.4 MB; Web Version)
R. Adams Dudley, University of California, San Francisco

3 Key "Do's" of Public Report Design and Tools That Can Help You Do Them (PowerPoint® File, 3.6 MB; Web Version)
Dale Shaller, Shaller Consulting Group

Readmissions to the Acute Care Setting: A Broader Scope Changes the Picture (Session 38)

Are Medicare Advantage Patients Less Likely to have a Readmission? (PowerPoint® File, 635 KB; Web Version)
Bernard Friedman, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Readmissions to the Acute Care Setting: A Broader Scope Changes the Picture (PowerPoint® File, 7 MB; Web Version)
Claudia Steiner, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Measure Selection and Methods Matter—Two NEW AHRQ Resources on Public Reporting (Session 70)

Methods Matter: Methodological Considerations in Generating Provider Performance Scores for Use in Public Reporting (PowerPoint® File, 310 KB; Web Version)
Mark Friedberg and Cheryl Damberg, RAND Corporation

Overview of the Decision Guide: A Public Reporting Resource for CVEs (PowerPoint® File, 13.5 MB; Web Version)
Patrick S. Romano, University of California

Medical Homes: Refining the AHRQ Blueprint (Session 26)

AHRQ and the Medical Home: Building a Blueprint (PowerPoint® File, 2.6 MB; Web Version)
David Meyers, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Bigger and Better: Making AHRQ's Quality Indicators More Comprehensive and Useful to All Stakeholders in Health Care (Session 45)

How Good is Good Enough? A Case Study with Present on Admission (PowerPoint® File, 940 KB; Web Version)
Jeff Geppert, Battelle Memorial Institute

Not Your Mother's Administrative Data Anymore: Present on Admission (POA) Collection and Use In States (PowerPoint® File, 284 KB; Web Version)
Denise Love, National Association of Health Data Organizations

AHRQ's Value Portfolio: Data, Measures, Expertise, and Evidence for Health Care Policymakers, Session 1 (Session 73)

An Evaluation of a Value-Based Health Plan Design at Group Health (PowerPoint® File 280 KB; Web Version)
David Grossman, Group Health Research Institute

Identifying Patient Preferences for Cancer Care in Medicare: Choosing Health Plans All Together (PowerPoint® File 364 KB; Web Version)
Donald Taylor, Duke University

HCUP: Celebrating 20 Years of Powerful Data (Session 40)

Kids' Inpatient Database: Empowering Scientific Discovery (PowerPoint® File, 350 KB; Web Version)
Jay Berry, Children's Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School

Effectiveness of the US Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccination Program on Preventing Pneumonia Hospitalizations (PowerPoint® File, 640 KB; Web Version)
Carlos Grijalva, Vanderbilt University

HCUP: Celebrating 20 Years of Powerful Data (PowerPoint® File, 3.3 MB; Web Version)
Herb Wong, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Assessing and Understanding the Impact of Research on Policymaking Session Track: Measuring and Reporting on Provider and System Performance (Session 77)

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of AHRQ's Grant Supported Research on Healthcare Costs, Productivity, Organization, and Market Forces Overview of Project Findings (PowerPoint® File, 1.1 MB; Web Version)
Marsha Gold, Mathematica Policy Research

Learning From Patients' Experience: Designing Reporting Systems for Patients' Reports of Patient Safety Events (Session 20)

Patient-Reported Outcomes for Adverse Event Monitoring in Clinical Research (PowerPoint® File, 3 MB; Web Version)
Ethan Basch, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Emergency Preparedness: Can We Achieve Valid Measurement? (Session 47)

Challenges and Approaches to Measuring Hospital Emergency Preparedness (PowerPoint® File, 404 KB; Web Version)
Sheryl Davies, Stanford University School of Medicine; David Chin, University of California

AHRQ's Value Portfolio: Data, Measures, Expertise, and Evidence for Health Care Policymakers, Session 2 (Session 48)

Hospital-Physician Gainsharing R01 HS018481-01 (PowerPoint® File, 185 KB; Web Version)
Jonathon Ketcham, Arizona State University

Health Information Technology and Patient Outcomes (PowerPoint® File, 695 KB; Web Version)
Stephen Parente, University of Minnesota

Competition, Prospective Payment, and Outcomes in Post-Acute Care Markets (PowerPoint® File, 2 MB; Web Version)
Neeraj Sood, University of Southern California

Opportunities and Challenges in Identifying Nationally Consistent, Locally Adaptable Approaches to Make Performance Results Available (Session 78)

Opportunities and Challenges in Identifying Nationally Consistent, Locally Adaptable Approaches to Make Performance Results Available (PowerPoint® File, 370 KB; Web Version)
Karen Jones, George Washington University

Measurement and Cost Containment: Examining Emergency Care, Inpatient Readmissions, and Avoidable Health Care Expenditures (Session 46)

Expanding the Uses of AHRQ's Prevention Quality Indicators: Validity from the Clinician Perspective (PowerPoint® File, 180 KB; Web Version)
Sheryl Davies, Stanford University School of Medicine

Examining Potentially Avoidable Emergency Department Encounters and Hospital Admissions (PowerPoint® File, 3.2 MB; Web Version)
Claudia Steiner, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Use of Trigger Tools To Identify Risks and Hazards to Patient Safety (Session 17)

Development and Use of Ambulatory Adverse Event Trigger Tools (PowerPoint® File, 595 KB; Web Version)
Jonathan Nebeker, VA Salt Lake City Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center

Development and Use of Ambulatory Adverse Event Trigger Tools (PowerPoint® File, 190 KB; Web Version)
Amy Rosen, Boston University

Kaiser Permanente Experience with Automating the IHI Global Trigger Tool (PowerPoint® File, 466 KB; Web Version)
Dot Snow, Kaiser Permanente

AHRQ Data Resources To Inform Health Policy Research: The Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) (Session 75)

AHRQ Data Resources to Inform Health Policy Research: HCUP (PowerPoint® File, 18.4 MB; Web Version)
P. Hannah Davis, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

A 21st Century Data Strategy for Health and Health Care Surveys (Session 79)

A 21st Century Data Strategy for Health and Health Care Surveys: Their Unique Contribution to Improving Health Outcomes and Reducing Disparities (PowerPoint® File, 3.3 MB; Web Version)
Arlene Bierman, University of Toronto

A 21st Century Data Strategy for Health and Health Care Surveys (PowerPoint® File, 210 KB; Web Version)
Sherry Glied, U.S. Department of Health and Human Service

Population Health Surveys: Data to Improve Public Health in an Era of Health Care Reform (PowerPoint® File, 2 MB; Web Version)
Richard Brown, University of California, Los Angeles

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Current as of December 2010
Internet Citation: Track E: Measuring and Reporting on Provider and System Performance. December 2010. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/conference/2010/track-e.html