AHRQ and the Science of Public Reporting

On July 22, 2011, Irene Fraser and Carol Sniegoski made this presentation at the meeting of the National Advisory Council.

Slides

  1. AHRQ and the Science of Public Reporting
  2. Public Reporting: One Potential Strategy to Improve Quality
  3. Goals for Discussion
  4. AHRQ Has a Significant Role in Public Reporting
  5. CMS, States, Others Use AHRQ Measures for Public Reporting
  6. AHRQ Has a Significant Role in Public Reporting (continued)
  7. A Learning Network Example: 24 Chartered Value Exchanges
  8. AHRQ Role in Measures Reporting: An Example from HCUP and the Quality Indicators
  9. Goals for Discussion
  10. MONAHRQ overview
  11. MONAHRQ motivation
  12. Introducing MONAHRQ
  13. MONAHRQ origins
  14. MONAHRQ makes reporting easier
  15. MONAHRQ makes reporting easier
  16. MONAHRQ makes reporting easier
  17. The MONAHRQ reporting Web site
  18. MONAHRQ adoption
  19. MONAHRQ tour: Hospital Quality Ratings
  20. Hospital Quality Ratings: Search page
  21. Hospital Quality Ratings: Search page
  22. Hospital Quality Ratings: Classification table
  23. Hospital Quality Ratings: Bar charts
  24. Hospital Quality Ratings: Detailed statistics tables
  25. MONAHRQ tour: Maps of Avoidable Hospital Stays
  26. Maps of Avoidable Stays: Search page
  27. Maps of Avoidable Stays: County maps
  28. Maps of Avoidable Stays: Potential cost savings
  29. Visit our new live MONAHRQ demo site
  30. Report from MONAHRQ users
  31. MONAHRQ goals
  32. Future plans
  33. Contact us
  34. Discussion
  35. Goals for Discussion
  36. The Science of Public Reporting Initiative
  37. First Step: AHRQ Summit on Public Reporting for Consumers, March 23, 2011
  38. Survey to Inform Summit
  39. Science of Public Reporting Initiative: The Structure
  40. #1 Build the Science: Pilots and Evaluations to Fill Evidence Gaps
  41. #2 Form User's Group: CMS, States, Consumers, CVEs, other Community Initiatives
  42. #3 Facilitate Use of New Evidence
  43. Questions and Discussion: Science of Public Reporting Initiative
Page last reviewed November 2012
Internet Citation: AHRQ and the Science of Public Reporting. November 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/nac/2011-07-nac/frasersniegoski/fraserslides.html