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Care Coordination Accountability Measures for Primary Care Practice: A

Table C-4. High Priority Measures for Pediatric Accountability/Recogni

Table C-4. High Priority Measures for Pediatric Accountability/Recognition Measure Set

Care Coordination ActivitiesMeasurement Perspective
Patient/FamilyHealth Care
Professional(s)
System
Representative(s)
Establish accountability or negotiate responsibility11a, 17a, 45, 645, 7a, 7b, 11b, 18, 20, 4616a, 16b
Communicate11a, 17a, 455, 7a, 7b, 11b, 17d, 4616a, 16b, 17c, 34
Interpersonal communication 11a, 17a, 45, 647a, 7b, 11b, 17d, 1817c
Information transfer11a, 17a, 455, 11b, 17d, 18, 20, 2716a, 17c, 34, 44, 50
Facilitate transitions   
Across settings17a, 645, 17d, 2716a, 17c, 50
As coordination needs change11a11b16a, 16b
Assess needs and goals11a, 17a, 45, 645, 11b, 17d, 20, 27, 4616a, 16b, 17c, 44
Create a proactive plan of care11a5, 7b, 11b, 2716a, 16b
Monitor, follow-up, and respond to change11a, 17a, 45, 645, 11b, 17d, 2017c, 19, 44
Support self-management goals11a, 17a, 645, 11b, 17d, 2016a, 17c, 19, 34
Link to community resources11a, 645, 11b, 17d, 2716a, 17c, 44
Align resources with patient and population needs11a, 17a5, 11b, 17d, 2016a, 16b, 17c, 19

Note: Measures in bold are highest priority (group 1). Measures in plain font are in priority group 2.

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Current as of January 2012
Internet Citation: Care Coordination Accountability Measures for Primary Care Practice: A: Table C-4. High Priority Measures for Pediatric Accountability/Recogni. January 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/pcpaccountability/pcpacctabc4.html