Performance Measurement Committee

The Performance Measurement Committee oversees the performance measurement related activities of the College.

The Performance Measurement Committee develops and disseminates policies and strategies to encourage the use of high-quality, evidence-based performance measures to optimally guide the improvement of the quality of patient care and practice of Internal Medicine. The College also is deeply involved in the critical review and evaluation of performance measures developed by other organizations.


The Performance Measurement Committee is composed of physicians trained in Internal Medicine and its subspecialties and include clinical experts in performance measure development and evaluation, healthcare administration, and health information technology. The members represent a variety of health care settings including private practice, academic medical centers, large health systems, and the purchasing community.

Disclosure of Interest

Disclosures of Interest for all members and ACP staff are reported, discussed, and resolved at the start of each Performance Measurement Committee meeting and conference call.

View the most recent Disclosures of Interest.

Reports to:

Board of Regents


To lead, formulate, and oversee the development and dissemination of clinical policies related to performance measurement/measures to improve the value and quality of care and strategies to use performance measurement/measures to optimally guide the improvement of the quality of patient care, health of the population, and practice of Internal Medicine.

Composition (12-13)

Chair, who is an ACP member physician; Vice Chair and 10 additional members. Strive for representatives from each of the following: Board of Regents; purchasing community; large health plan; physician expert in medical informatics; two practicing physicians. Immediate Past Chair shall serve for one year after his/her term expiration as a Chair, with no reappointment (maximum of 1 year).

The President and Chair of the Board of Regents are invited to attend in-person meetings as guests.


Chair, Vice Chair, and members serve one-year terms renewable up to three times for a total of four years, unless extended by the Chair, Board of Regents. Immediate Past Chair shall serve a maximum of 1 additional year.

2023-24 Members

Nick Fitterman, MD, MACP, Chair
Executive Director, Huntington Hospital
Professor of Medicine Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
Huntington, NY
Specialty: Hospital Medicine

Rebecca A. Andrews, MD, MS, FACP, Vice Chair (Regent)
Professor of Medicine
Director of Primary Care
Associate Program Director/Dir.  Ambulatory Education, Internal Medicine Residency Connecticut Health Center
Farmington, CT

Peter Basch, MD, MACP, FRCP
Senior Director for IT Quality and Safety, Research, and National Health IT Policy
MedStar Health
Washington, DC
Specialty: Internal Medicine

Elisa I. Choi, MD, FACP, FIDSA (Regent)
Chief of Internal Medicine
HVMA Somerville
Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases/HIV Medicine Specialist
Harvard Medical School Faculty
Boston, MA
Specialty: Internal Medicine

Roger Chou, MD, FACP
Professor of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, School of Medicine
Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine
Oregon Health and Science University
Portland, OR
Specialty: Medical Informatics, Internal Medicine

Caroline L. Goldzweig, MD, MS
Chief Medical Officer
Cedars-Sinai Medical Care Foundation
Los Angeles, CA
Specialty: Internal Medicine

Charles J. Hamori, MD, FACP (Regent)
Partner; Voluntary Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
Southern California Permanente Medical Group
La Mesa, CA
Specialty: Internal Medicine

Scott T. Mac Donald, MD, FACP, FAMIA
Medical Director, Clinical Informatics
UC Davis Health
Sacramento, CA
Specialty: Internal Medicine

Robert M. McLean, MD, MACP
Associate Clinical Professor, Yale School of Medicine
Northeast Medical Group of Yale New Haven Health
New Haven, CT
Specialty: Internal Medicine

Cristin A. Mount, MD, MACP, FCCM
Associate Professor of Medicine
Uniformed Services University
Bethesda, MD

Rhea Powell, MD, FACP
Assistant Professor
Jefferson University Medical School
Philadelphia, PA
Specialty: Internal Medicine

Brook Watts, MD, MS, FACP
Chief Quality Officer, U-M Health
Professor of Internal Medicine
University of Michigan
Specialty: Internal Medicine

Staff Liaison: Amir Qaseem,