Meeting

Implementation of Quality Measures for Community-based Care Programs for Serious Illness: A Workshop


When: April 17, 2018 (8:00 AM Eastern)
Where: Keck Center (Keck 100) • 500 Fifth St. NW, Washington, DC 20001

Topics Aging, Diseases, Health Services, Coverage, and Access, Public Health
Activity: Roundtable on Quality Care for People with Serious Illness
Boards: Board on Health Care Services, Board on Health Sciences Policy

On April 17, 2018, the Roundtable on Quality Care for People with Serious illness will host a public workshop on the implementation of quality measures for community-based care programs for serious illness.
The workshop will feature invited presentations and panel discussions on topics that may include:

  •  An overview of the role of patient experience and shared decision-making in defining quality across a range of evolving care settings, including community-based organizations and home-based care
  • Model programs such as those developed by BlueCross BlueShield of Massachusetts and the Veteran’s Health Administration, as well as international efforts such as the Harvard Global Equity Initiative on Pain Control
  • The roles of key stakeholders driving implementation of quality measures, including: private and public payers; accreditation organizations; and NQF’s National Quality Partners
  • Potential tools and mechanisms for implementation, such as public report cards (i.e., CMS, state-based) and quality improvement efforts undertaken by care programs for serious illness
  • Challenges and opportunities for using potential data sources, including: electronic health records; claims; registries; patient-reported data; and crowdsourcing
  • Ways to develop a feasible approach and timeline for implementing quality measures

The workshop will be live webcast on this page.

Workshop Planning Committee Members
Amy Kelley (co-chair), Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Amy Melnick (co-chair), National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care
Steve Clauser, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
Laura Hanson, UNC School of Medicine
Pamela Hinds, Children's National Health System
Rebecca Kirch, Brown University
Murali Naidu, Sentara Healthcare
Wendy Prins, National Quality Forum
Joan Teno, National Patient Advocate Foundation
Christine Ritchie, University of California San Francisco

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