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  1. Clinical Quality Workgroup Report April 20, 2011 Jim Walker, Chair Karen Kmetik, Co-Chair

  2. Clinical Quality Workgroup Members Chair James Walker Geisinger Health System  a Co-Chair Karen Kmetik American Medical Association Members David Baker Northwestern University Anne Castro BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Christopher Chute Mayo Clinic John Derr Golden Living, LLC Bob Dolin HL7 Floyd Eisenberg NQF Rosemary Kennedy Thomas Jefferson University David Lansky Pacific Business Group on Health Gene Nelson Dartmouth University Eva Powell National Partnership Philip Renner Kaiser Permanente Danny Rosenthal Inova Health System Joachim Roski Brookings Institution Federal Ex Officio Jon White, AHRQ Aneel Advani, Indian Health Service, HHS Patrice Holtz, CMS, HHS TBD, CDC, HHS

  3. Quality Data Model (QDM) Review Consensus that the QDM is well designed to support the development and implementation of quality measures.

  4. QDM Review • QDM Scope • Population Management: Capture of person-level data for aggregation. • Patient Safety: Capture of individual data for feed forward to Common Formats, etc. • Documentation of Evidence Quality: logically prior to measure documentation in QDM. • Documentation of Population Size required for measure application: logically prior to measure documentation in QDM.

  5. Quality Data Model (QDM) Review • Target Audiences • Guideline developers • Quality Measure developers • HIT manufacturers • Provider-organization measure developers

  6. Next Steps – May 19 Testimony • Focus: MU-1 issues to address for MU-2 and MU-3 • Stakeholders • Small practices and hospitals (RECs, QIOs) • HIEs • IDNs and Hospital Systems • Measure Developers • Professional Associations • LTPAC • Panelists

  7. Next Steps Population-management test case MU-2 Measures