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Multiple organizations are engaged in the performance
measurement development and testing including medical societies,
the federal government, and healthcare quality organizations. Some
examples of measure developers include:
The AMA-convened Physician Consortium for Performance
Improvement (PCPI) is a national, physician-led program committed
to enhancing quality of care and patient safety through the
development, testing, and maintenance of evidence-based clinical
performance measures. Currently more than 280 individual measures
in 46 clinical and preventive care areas have been developed. PCPI
uses a standardized measure testing protocol during measure development. Visit
the PCPI Website.
The NCQA is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to
improving health care quality. The NCQA has developed the
Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) a tool
used by more than 90 percent of America's health plans to measure
performance on important dimensions of care and service. The HEDIS
performance measure set is used for the NCQA Patient-Centered
Medical Home certification program for improving primary care.
Visit the NCQA
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) provides
health coverage for 100 million people. As a result of the Affordable Care Act, CMS is developing new incentive
programs and tools applying performance measurement initiatives in
order to increase the quality and value in healthcare. Visit the
Wider adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) will spur
performance measure use enormously. There is growing need for a
standardized format to develop electronic specifications that are
interoperable across all electronic health records. For more
information on the development of "eMeasures" visit NQF Health IT.