Clinical-Community Relationships Measures (CCRM) Atlas

5. What Are the Existing Measures of Clinical-Community Relationships?

This chapter presents specific measure mapping tables with profiles for each measure. Each individual measure has a measure profile designed to provide more detailed information on the measure's purpose, format and data source, validation and testing, applications, and key sources. Table 5-1 below provides an index to the measure numbers (left column) cited in the Master Measure Mapping Table (Table 4-1) and the order in which the individual measure mapping tables with profiles appear in this chapter.

Table 5-1. List of measures

# Measure name
1 Patient recall of referral to local agencies (Safety Check Parental/Guardian Post-Visit Survey)
2 Parental interest in following up on the local agency referral (Safety Check Parental/Guardian Post-Visit Survey)
3 Parental confidence in being able to use a local agency referral (Safety Check Parental/Guardian Post-Visit Survey)
4 Clinician recall of referral to a local agency (Safety Check Practitioner Post-Visit Survey)
5 Clinician perception of parent interest in referral (Safety Check Practitioner Post-Visit Survey)
6 Clinician confidence in ability to instruct patient/family in proper use of local agency referral (Safety Check Practitioner Post-Visit Survey)
7 Information about area (community) resources is offered by clinician (Wrap-Around Observation Form-2)
8 Plan of care includes at least one public and/or private community service/resource (Wrap-Around Observation Form-2)
9 Physician satisfaction with service coordination (Alzheimer's Service Coordination Program [ASCP] Physician Survey)
10 Changes in clinicians' knowledge of available services in the local community (ASCP Physician Survey)
11 Whether or not a clinician would refer any family caregiver to intervention in the future (ASCP Physician Survey)
12 Clinician receipt of treatment plan from the service coordinator (ASCP Physician Survey)
13 Clinician discussion of treatment plan with patients or family caregivers (ASCP Physician Survey)
14 Patients referred to a community health educator referral liaison (CHERL)
15 Patient engagement with CHERL
16 CHERL referrals to community resources
17 Referral rate for intensive counseling from a community program
18 Rate of patients that were ready to improve a targeted behavior
19 Connection to resource (Continuity of Care Practices Survey—Practice Level [CCPS-P])
20 Coordination of care (CCPS-P)
21 The effectiveness of communication between practice and community resource (GP-LI)
22 The quality of the service provided by community resource to a practice (GP-LI)

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Internet Citation: 5. What Are the Existing Measures of Clinical-Community Relationships?. March 2013. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/prevention-chronic-care/resources/clinical-community-relationships-measures-atlas/ccrm-atlas5.html