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Table 6. Performance Analysis of the Informatics Portfolio

Full Cost
FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005
$28,300,000 $64,400,000 $64,400,000

Performance Goal FY Targets Actual Performance Reference

By 2008, increase the number of hospitals using Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) by 10 percent.

20% of portfolio full cost

FY 2005
5 percent of hospitals using CPOE.

 

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

By 2008, in hospitals funded for CPOE systems, increase the number of providers using the system from none to over 50 percent.

20% of portfolio full cost

FY 2005
5 percent of providers using CPOE.

 

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

By 2008, in hospitals funded for CPOE, maintain a lowered medication error rate.

Outcome
20% of portfolio full cost

FY 2005
Increase the rate of detection by 100 percent.

 

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

By 2006, six national message format and clinical vocabulary standards will be identified/ recommended by HHS as ready for voluntary adoption and deployment.

20% of portfolio full cost

FY 2004
3 message format and clinical vocabulary standards will be recommended by HHS as ready for voluntary adoption and deployment.

FY 2003
Develop Consensus on standards.

 

 

 

Completed

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

By 2008, nursing homes will have evidence-based information needed to make informed purchasing strategies related to IT.

Outcome
20% of portfolio full cost

FY 2004
5 technologies currently shown to be effective in other clinical settings will be tested in nursing homes to evaluate the impact on safety, quality and cost of care.

 

SG-1/5
HP-11/23

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