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Figure 14.1 Key driver model for Care Model implementation

(sample based on Improving Performance in Practice Initiative)

The Practice Facilitation Handbook (continued)

Figure 14.1 Key driver model for Care Model implementation (sample based on Improving Performance in Practice Initiative). Text description is shown below.

Source: Margolis PA, DeWalt DA, Simon JE, et al. Designing a large-scale multilevel improvement initiative: the improving performance in practice program. J Contin Educ Health Prof 2010 Summer;30(3):187-96.

Text Description

Diagram showing components of key driver model for diabetes and asthma care. Intervention/Change Concepts lead to key drivers lead to outcomes. Intervention/change concepts include implement registry, leading to using registry to manage population, leading to outcomes. Measures of success for diabetes include 70% or more with controlled blood pressure and cholesterol and less than 5% with A1c not controlled. Measures of success for asthma include 90% or more on anti-inflammatory medication and receiving flu vaccine. Other change concepts include use templates for planned care, leading to planned care, employ protocols, leading to standardized care processes, and provide self-management support, leading to self-management support.

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Internet Citation: Figure 14.1 Key driver model for Care Model implementation: (sample based on Improving Performance in Practice Initiative). May 2013. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/prevention-chronic-care/improve/system/pfhandbook/fig14.1.html