Public Reports on Provider Performance for Consumers
AHRQ Chartered Value Exchanges (CVE): Public Reporting Web Sites
This page has links to public reporting Web sites sponsored by Chartered Value Exchanges or stakeholders affiliated with a CVE.
Building the Science of Public Reporting
AHRQ is supporting 17 research grants to grow the evidence base behind the content, design, dissemination, and underlying data and methodology of public reports.
Promoting Your Public Report: A Hands-on Guide
Toolkit designed to help communities increase awareness and use of their public reports by consumers and other audiences, includes suggested approaches and template materials.
A comprehensive resource and guide for organizations that produce and disseminate reports to consumers on the quality of care provided by health care organizations (e.g., hospitals, health plans, medical groups, nursing homes) and individual physicians.
MONAHRQ (My Own Network Powered by AHRQ)
A free software tool that enables organizations such as State and local data organizations, Chartered Value Exchanges, hospital systems, and health plans to input their own hospital administrative data and generate a data-driven Web site.
Go to: http://monahrq.ahrq.gov/
AHRQ State Snapshots
State-specific health care quality information, including strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement. The goal is to help State officials and their public- and private-sector partners better understand health care quality and disparities in their State.
Provider-specific Report Cards: A Tool for Health Sector Accountability in Developing Countries
McNamara P. Health Policy Plan 2006;21(2):101-9.
Review discussing universal design options for report cards, evidence base, developing country examples, challenges, and implementation steps.
Public Reporting as a Quality Improvement Strategy
By Totten AM, Wagner J, Tiwari A, et al. Evidence Report No. 208. [Report prepared by the Oregon Evidence-based Practice Center under Contract No. 290-2007-10057-I.]
Part of the Closing the Quality Gap: Revisiting the State of the Science series, this report evaluates the effectiveness of public reporting of health care quality information as a quality improvement strategy.
Page originally created August 2012