Quality Measures – Stage 2 and Stage 3 Meaningful Use

Having announced the Stage 1 Meaningful Use rules this past summer, the U.S. Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information (known to most people as the ONC) did not wait long to start work on stage 2 and stage 3 Meaningful Use rules.    Earlier today, David Lansky, Chair of the Quality Measures Workgroup, posted a request for comments on proposed new clinical quality measures.  These measures were developed by five tiger teams, each focused on different measure domain:

  • Patient and Family Engagement,
  • Clinical Appropriateness/Efficiency,
  • Care Coordination,
  • Patient Safety, and
  • Population and Public Health.

The resulting measures were reviewed and consolidated by the Quality Measures Workgroup which is now calling for public comment. In addition to general comments, the Quality Measures Workgroup also seeks specific examples of measure for each measure concept.

Comments will be accepted until December 23, 2010 [which, by the way, also happens to be my oldest son’s birthday 🙂 ]

Mike

 

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