MN Community Measurement (Text Version)
Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2011 Annual Conference
MN Community Measurement©
AHRQ 2011 Annual Conference
September 20, 2011
Overview of Presentation
- Background on MN Community Measurement.
- Why Multi-stakeholder Collaboration?
- Regional Improvement Collaborative accomplishments.
- Challenges and Opportunities in Health Reform.
MN Community Measurement
Accelerating the Improvement of Health Through Public Reporting:
- The trusted source of information across the spectrum of care and the IOM six aims.
- Used by providers to improve care and by patients to make better decisions.
- Our community works together on measurement.
MNCM Health Care Quality Report
- Reports on 18 clinical quality measures, Health Information Technology, patient experience, cost of care, and hospital measures.
- Reports results on 315 medical groups and 550 clinics.
- Results from health plan and medical group data.
Image: A pitchfork being dug into the soil is shown.
Patients Benefit from Becker Clinic's Push on Diabetes.
Article by: Maura Lerner, Star Tribune Updated: July 30, 2011.
Image: A father tests his blood sugar while his daughter looks on.
Why Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration?
- Trusted source of information.
- Honest Broker (gives and gets).
- Focus resources and priorities.
- Standards for comparison.
- Work across settings of care.
- Health not health care.
Growing Network of Regional Collaboratives in U.S.
Aligning Forces for Quality
Other NRHI Members
Chartered Value Exchange
Image: A map of the United States shows the locations of the Chartered Value Exchanges, Aliied Forces, and other NRHI members.
Image: A book labeled Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives is shown.
Performance Measurement and Reporting
Performance Based Payment
Engage Local Communities
Alignment Across Payers
Challenges to Sustainability
- Ability to impact cost of care.
- Compete or cooperate in accountable care.
- Business model—who should fund?
- Access to data.
- Impact across communities:
- Most payers aren't local.
- Can Innovation co-exist with consensus?
Approaches to Driving Change
Opportunities for Collaboratives
- Support value based purchasing:
- Broker work across organizations.
- Data and analysis for improvement.
- Apply quality improvement lessons to cost:
- Readmissions, imaging, biologics, etc.
- Align multiple payers to increase impact.
- Initiatives across communities (AHRQ grant on depression and substance abuse).
Questions or Comments
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