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Table 10. Performance Goals of the Prevention Portfolio

Performance Goal FY Targets Actual Performance Reference*

Increase the awareness and knowledge of recommended clinical preventive services.

 

 

 

Outcome

FY 2005
Publish and market revised editions of guide for adults and seniors.

FY 2004
Produce fact sheets for adolescents, seniors, children.
Partner with appropriate professional societies and advocacy groups.
 

SG-1/5
HP-13/14/
15/16/18/
19/21/22/
24/25/27

Improve the quality and quantity of preventive care delivered in the clinical setting for the patient population.

 

 

 

Outcome

FY 2005
Produce fact sheets for adolescents, seniors, children.
Partner with appropriate professional societies and advocacy groups. FY 2004
Increase CME activities by developing a Train the Trainer program for implementing a system to increase delivery of clinical preventive services.
 

SG-1/5
HP-13/14/
15/16/18/
19/21/22/
24/25/27

Keep pace with emerging science and technology in relation to the development of recommendations and to their implementation.

 

 

 

Outcome

FY 2005
Add another 6-10 Electronic Medical Record vendors as active partners.

FY 2004
Finalize Personal Digital Assistant software program so that Task Force recommendations can be downloaded from AHRQ's Web site.

 

SG-1/5
HP-13/14/
15/16/18/
19/21/22/
24/25/27

Validate best practices and evaluate Put Prevention into Practice (PPIP) and its resources.

FY 2005
Establish a national resource center to assist public and private sector partners in:

  • Sharing best practices.
  • Evaluating which approaches work.
  • Measuring impact.

FY 2004
Benchmark best practices for delivering clinical preventive services.

 

SG-1/5
HP-13/14/
15/16/18/
19/21/22/
24/25/27

* SG = Strategic Goal; HP = Healthy People

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