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Date:
Friday, June 4
Time:
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
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Many existing quality measures target disease-specific, intermediate clinical outcomes that are not meaningful to people with complex care needs and do not effectively evaluate what is important to people. With funding from The John A. Hartford Foundation, The SCAN Foundation, and The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) developed an approach to individualized measurement that focuses on goals oriented towards “what matters” for a person’s health and lifestyle. This Quick Take will provide an overview of the approach—known as person-driven outcomes—and discuss how incorporating patient-driven, specific, and measurable goals into clinical workflows can inform a new approach to measuring health outcomes for this population.

This session was designed by Grantmakers In Health and supported by Grantmakers In Aging.

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