Change Starts Here . The One with the Trend Graphs: Introduction to the IC-4 Measure ICPC National Coordinating Center.
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The One with the Trend Graphs: Introduction to the IC-4 Measure
ICPC National Coordinating Center
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“Percentage of communities that can demonstrate four time series graphs showing positive trending data by intervention over four quarters.”
Demonstrate 4-quarters of improvement on ≥4 outcomes across all Track 2 communities.
Counts; percentage of eligible population
Rates; scores; rating scales
Best-fit line or other signal indicating improvement
Existing outcomes already reported
Expectations from root cause analysis
How is the problem observed on site?
Consider the following ideals:
The ICPC National Coordinating Center – www.cfmc.org/integratingcare
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