Two rows of boxes are shown. The top row has two boxes; the bottom row has three. The first box in the top row is labeled Primary Care. The second box is labeled Outpatient Specialty Care. A horizontal arrow pointing both ways between them is labeled n=5. The three boxes in the bottom row are, left to right, Another Setting, Inpatient, and Home Health. A horizontal arrow going both ways between Another Setting and Inpatient is labeled n=3. Another horizontal arrow goes both ways between Inpatient and Home Health and is labeled n=1. In addition, there are three vertical arrows. One is between Another Setting and Primary Care. A second goes between Inpatient and Primary Care. The third goes between Inpatient and Outpatient Specialty Care.
Care Coordination Measures Atlas Update
Figure 5. Types of Cross-Setting Transitions Evaluated by EHR-based Measures (Text Description)
Table of Contents
- Care Coordination Measures Atlas Update
- Chapter 1: Background
- Chapter 2. What is Care Coordination?
- Chapter 3. Care Coordination Measurement Framework
- Chapter 4, Emerging Trends in Care Coordination Measurement
- Chapter 5. Measure Mapping
- Chapter 6. Measure Maps and Profile
- Appendix I. Measure Mapping Strategy
- Appendix II. Identifying Measures
- Appendix III. Advisory Group Participants
- Appendix IV. Care Coordination Measure Instruments
Internet Citation: Figure 5. Types of Cross-Setting Transitions Evaluated by EHR-based Measures (Text Description). Content last reviewed June 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.