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Florida Pediatric Medical Home Demonstration Project Evaluation Update. May 9 and May 22, 2012 Caprice Knapp, PhD Institute for Child Health Policy University of Florida. Agenda. Further Review of Parent Survey Results Further Discussion of CHIPRA Measures IRB Update

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florida pediatric medical home demonstration project evaluation update

Florida Pediatric Medical Home Demonstration ProjectEvaluation Update

May 9 and May 22, 2012

Caprice Knapp, PhD

Institute for Child Health Policy

University of Florida

agenda
Agenda
  • Further Review of Parent Survey Results
  • Further Discussion of CHIPRA Measures
  • IRB Update
  • Stakeholder Survey Methodology
item 1 further review of parent survey results
Item 1.Further Review of Parent Survey Results
  • 50 surveys with publicly-insured population
    • Consumer Assessment of Health Plans Survey- Patient Centered Medical Home (CAHPS-PCMH)
    • 6 Composite Scores
    • Lead physician emailed individual question results (vlm@ichp.ufl.edu)
meeting handout 6 composite scores
Meeting Handout6 Composite Scores
  • Emailed Results
  • Individual questions
slide5

Item 2.Further Discussionof CHIPRA Measures

    • 24 CHIPRA Measures
  • Technical Specifications: Initial Core Set of Children’s Health Care Quality Measures
    • http://www.medicaid.gov/Medicaid-CHIP-Program-Information/By-Topics/Quality-of-Care/Downloads/InitialCoreSetResouceManual.pdf
  • Questions?
24 chipra core measures
24 CHIPRA Core Measures
  • Administrative Measures:
    • Chlamydia Screening
    • Appropriate Testing for Children With Pharyngitis
    • Children and Adolescents’ Access to Primary Care Practitioners
    • Ambulatory Care: Emergency Department Visits
    • Follow-Up Care for Children Prescribed ADHD Medication
24 chipra core measures continued
24 CHIPRA Core Measures - continued
  • Follow-Up After Hospitalization for Mental Illness
  • Total Eligibles Who Received Preventive Dental Services
  • Total Eligibles Who Received Dental Treatment Services
  • Annual Number of Asthma Patients with >=1 Asthma-Related Emergency Room Visit
  • Otitis Media with Effusion (OME) – Avoidance of Inappropriate Use of Systemic Antimicrobials
slide8

24 CHIPRA Core Measures - continued

  • Hybrid Measures:
    • Weight Assessment and Counseling for Nutrition and Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents: Body Mass Index Assessment for Children/Adolescents
    • Developmental Screening in the First Three Years of Life
    • Annual Pediatric Hemoglobin (HbA1c) Testing and Control
slide9

24 CHIPRA Core Measures - continued

  • Pediatric Central-Line Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI)
  • Prenatal and Postpartum Care: Timeliness of Prenatal Care*
  • Frequency of Ongoing Prenatal Care*
  • Well-Child Visits in the First 15 Months of Life*
  • Well-Child Visits in the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Years of Life*
  • Adolescents Well-Care Visits*

* Hybrid is optional

24 chipra core measures continued1
24 CHIPRA Core Measures - continued
  • Registry Measures:
    • Percent of Live Births Weighing Less Than 2,500 grams
    • Cesarean Rate for Nulliparous Singleton Vertex
    • Childhood Immunization Status
    • Immunizations for Adolescents
  • Survey Measure:
    • Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Health Plan Survey 4.0H, Child Version (CAHPS)
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Item 3.IRB Update

    • Approved May 2, 2012
  • Move forward with:
    • New Consent Form for Application Data
    • Sharing of Staff Survey Results
    • Stakeholder Survey

IRB Revision Approved!

uf consent form
UF Consent Form

NEW

  • Application Data
    • Vanessa Madden will email Lead Physician the new Informed Consent Form
    • Fax signature page back to 352.265.7299
    • Annually sent application to denote any changes
consent form
Consent Form

Sign here

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Years

2 & 4

  • Item 4.Stakeholder Survey Methodology
  • Children’s Medical Services
    • Care Coordinators from local CMS area office
  • Community Stakeholders
    • Ask CMSN for local contacts
    • Email Resource Directory to vlm@ichp.ufl.edu
  • Specialists
    • Pull top 20 specialists from administrative data
contact information
Contact Information
  • Caprice Knapp, PhD
    • Principal Investigator
    • 352.265.2517
    • caprice1@ufl.edu
  • Vanessa Madden
    • Research Coordinator
    • 352.265.2526
    • vmadden@ufl.edu