Performance Measurement Committee
The Performance Measurement Committee (PMC) oversees the performance measurement related activities of the College. Although ACP does not develop performance measures, the College is deeply involved in the critical review and evaluation of performance measures developed by other organizations. The PMC 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 PMC 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.
Disclosures 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.
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