Care Coordination Accountability Measures for Primary Care Practice

Table B-1. Priority Groups of Survey Measures Based on Feasibility and Degree of Focus on Care Coordination

Survey Length* Degree of Focus on Care Coordination*
Minimal (50% map) Strong (≥50% map)
Short (≤50 items) Priority Group 1: Highest priority for further review. These measures likely have both good feasibility and strong relevance. Priority Group 3: Lower priority for further review, but potentially useful if higher priority measures are inadequate.
Long (>50 items) Priority Group 2: Second priority for further review. These measures are likely highly relevant, but may have some feasibility concerns. Priority Group 4: Lowest priority for further review. These measures are likely less feasible and less relevant.

* Measures close to cut-points along both dimensions (length, focus) were elevated to next higher priority category than what categorization criteria specify here.

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Internet Citation: Table B-1. Priority Groups of Survey Measures Based on Feasibility and Degree of Focus on Care Coordination. Content last reviewed October 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/pcpaccountability/pcpacctabb1.html