Potential Measures for Clinical-Community Relationships

A-8. Measure 5: Clinician perception of parent interest in referral

Appendix Table A-8. CCRM Atlas Measure 5: Clinician perception of parent interest in referral (Safety Check Practitioner Post-Visit Survey)

Domain: Informed and activated patient Element/
relationship:
Clinic/clinician-patient
Instrument: Safety Check Practitioner Post-Visit Survey
Purpose: Clinicians in the Pediatric Research in Office Settings program were trained on providing violence prevention-related community referrals. This measures the clinicians' perception of their patient's interest in the local agency referral.
Format/data source: Health Professional Survey
Measure type: Structural Date: 2006
Preventive service/ USPSTF: Other – Mental Health*
Clinical practice: Primary care – Pediatrics
Denominator: Number of respondents to practitioner post-visit survey (Q5)
Numerator: Number of respondents who selected “Interested” or “Very interested” in following up on the local agency referral (Q5d)
Development & testing:  
Past or validated application:  
Citation(s): Barkin, S., Ip, E.H., Finch, S., et al. Clinician practice patterns: linking to community resources for childhood aggression. Clinical Pediatrics (2006) 45:750‑756.
Notes: Please be aware that this measure is using only a selected section of an entire survey instrument. Therefore, this individual measure may need to undergo further reliability and validation testing to ensure that it can be applied in a clinical-community relationship setting.

* This is a measure that was originally applied in a mental health setting, but it could be adapted for a primary care setting.

Page last reviewed October 2013
Internet Citation: A-8. Measure 5: Clinician perception of parent interest in referral. October 2013. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/prevention-chronic-care/resources/ccrm-atlas-suppl/ccrm-apptaba-8.html