Presentation on theme: "HANC QI PEER NETWORK DAY September 20, 2013. 1. Welcome and Introductions 2. HANC QI Progress 3. HANC Patient Experience Data 4. Using the Triple Aim."— Presentation transcript:
HANC QI PEER NETWORK DAY September 20, 2013
1. Welcome and Introductions 2. HANC QI Progress 3. HANC Patient Experience Data 4. Using the Triple Aim to Guide Change 5. CPCA Patient Center Health Home Update 6. Partnership Healthplan QIP Review 7. Identification of HANC QI Priorities Todays Agenda
InitiativeDescriptionTimeline Accelerating Quality Improvement in California Clinics (AQICC) Track and improve diabetes clinical quality measures (A1c and LDL management) and access to care measures (third next available appointment and cycle time). The project was led by CPCA at the statewide level. Data was aggregated by consortia at the regional level and publicly reported. Funder: California HealthCare Foundation (CHCF) Tools for Quality Provided seed funding for registry systems (e.g., i2i Tracks), enabling clinics and health centers to perform proactive care management as well as measure and report on clinical quality measures. Supported aggregation of HANC member UDS data. Funders: CHCF, the Blue Shield of California Foundation, The California Endowment, The Community Clinics Initiative (Tides/TCE), and Kaiser Permanente AQICC- Meaningful Use Second phase of AQICC moved to the regional level and grouped consortia /clinics into super regions. The project continued to collect data on diabetes but also helped prepare clinics for meaningful use reporting. Funder: CHCF Regional Information for Shared Excellence (RISE) Supported clinic consortia and health centers to build data analytic capacity for optimally utilizing EHR data to achieve Meaningful Use and prepare for pay-for-performance reimbursement. HANC FQHCs selected metrics of relevance. Funder: CFHC; Managed by: Center for Care Innovations (CCI) HANC QI History
Supporting implementation of HIT systems: many of the initiatives have supported the purchase and implementation of disease registry, EHR, and data analytics systems. Standardizing measures: consortia and clinics are developing and utilizing consistent definitions for measures to allow for comparisons across sites and regions. Redesign of workflow processes: the implementation of QI processes and HIT systems requires changes in how care team member carry out their responsibilities; these changes have been supported through training and technical assistance. Improving data quality: improving data quality through training, TA and data validation activities. A key focus has been ensuring accurate information is systematically captured and reported. HANC QI Activities
Utilizing data to improve patient care: as data has become more accessible and reliable, HANC members have begun utilizing the data to assess population health and operational efficiency and implement process improvements to enhance patient care. Sharing data: developing dashboards, benchmarking performance, and sharing quality data at the local, regional and statewide levels. Disseminating learnings: sharing their experience and best practices through peer networking and presentations at convenings. HANC QI Activities
RISE Initiative Review What the data tells us Lessons learned from the survey process What are you going to do with the data HANC Patient Experience Data
Patient Experience Question2011 NCQA PCMH Standards I would recommend this clinic/health center to my family and friends. PCMH 6: Measure and Improvement Performance Element B: Measure Patient/Family Experience In the last 12 months, my provider explained things in a way that was easy to understand. PCMH 1: Enhance Access and Continuity Element F: The practice engages in activities to understand and meet the cultural and linguistic needs of its patients/families In the last 12 months, when I phoned my provider's office to get an appointment for care I needed right away, I received an appointment as soon as I needed. PCMH 1: Enhance Access and Continuity Element A: Access during office hours 1 Providing same-day appointments PCMH 1: Enhance Access and Continuity Element B: After-hours access 1 Providing access to routine and urgent care appointments outside the regular business hours PCMH – Patient Experience Crosswalk
Patients rate response on a scale of 1 (No) to 3 (Yes, definitely) I would recommend this clinic/health center to my family and friends.
In the last 12 months, my provider explained things in a way that was easy to understand.
In the last 12 months, when I phoned my providers office to get an appointment for care I needed right away, I received an appointment as soon as I needed.
Telling the Story
Measuring the Triple Aim Dimension of the IHI Triple Aim Outcome Measures Population HealthHealth Outcomes: Mortality: Years of potential life lost; life expectancy; standardized mortality ratio Health and Functional Status; Single-question assessment (e.g., from CDC HRQ0L-4) or multi-domain assessment (e.g., VR-12, PROMIS Global-10) Healthy Life Expectancy (HLE): Combines life expectancy and health status into a single measure, reflecting remaining years of life in good health Disease Burden: Incidence (yearly rate of onset, average age of onset) and/or prevalence of major chronic conditions Behavioral and Physiological Factors: Behavioral factors include smoking, alcohol consumption, physical activity, and diet Physiological factors include blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), cholesterol and blood glucose Experience of CareStandard questions fro patient surveys, for example: Global questions from Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Likelihood to recommend Set of measures based on key dimensions (e.g., IOM six aims for improvement: safe, effective, timely, efficient, equitable, and patient-centered) Per Capita CostTotal cost per member of the population per month Hospital and emergency department (ED) utilization rate and/or cost
1. Whos responsible for evaluating overall health improvement at your CHC? 2. What tools do you use for data analysis and reporting? Are they efficient? 3. Provide an example of health improvement that has occurred with your patients as a result of utilizing data. 4. What are you doing to operationalize Triple Aim? Please identify any support that you need. 5. How are you going to benchmark your performance? Using the Triple Aim to Guide Change
Best Practices Challenges / Solutions Ways to Increase Efficiency Workforce and Training Needed Short & Long Term Priorities Ways HANC/ CPCA Can Help Clinician specific report cards for quality indicators Quarterly board reporting Data is not uniform Technology tools Limited staffing Expand HANC QI group Partnership s with schools of public health Data Base Training Short Develop data inventory Utilize Share Portal for QI Expand peer reporting Long Epidemiology – data analysis Public Reporting Hospital interface Training Facilitation of QI Peer Network Develop data inventory Utilize Share Portal for QI Expand peer reporting Public Reporting Review of HANC Member QI Priorities, Nov 2011
Identify 2-3 priorities for Workforce and Training Needed What should HANCs role be? What should CPCAs role be? HANC Priority Setting for QI