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Table 7. Performance Analysis of the Data Development Portfolio

Full Cost
FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005
$12,700,000 $12,400,000 $12,400,000

Performance Goal FY Targets Actual Performance Reference

By 2010, at least 5 organizations will use HCUP databases, products or tools to improve health care quality for their constituencies by 5%, as defined by the AHRQ Quality Indicators.

 

 

 

Outcome
20% of portfolio full cost

FY 2005
Two new organizations will use HCUP/QIs to assess potential areas of quality improvement, and at least one will develop and implement an intervention based on the QIs.

FY 2004
Two new organizations will use HCUP/QIs to assess potential areas of quality improvement, and at least one will develop and implement an intervention based on the QIs.

FY 2003
Two organizations will use HCUP/QIs to assess potential areas of quality improvement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Completed

SG-4/5
HP-23

Increase the number of partners contributing data to the HCUP databases by 5% above FY 2000 baseline.

 

Efficiency
60% of portfolio full cost

FY 2005
Increase the number of partners contributing outpatient data to the HCUP databases.

FY 2004
5% increase over FY00 baseline.

FY 2003
Increase the number of partners required.

 

 

 

 

Completed

SG-4/5
HP-23

By 2008, CAHPS® data will be more easily available to the user community and the number of consumers who use information from CAHPS® to make choices about their health care will increase by 20%.
(Baseline FY 2002)

 

 

 

Outcome
20% of portfolio full cost

FY 2005
Establish baseline for number of hospitals collecting HCAHPS data.

FY 2004
Produce a CAHPS® questionnaire for consumer assessment of hospital quality.
Establish baseline for number of hospitals collecting HCAHPS data.

FY 2003
Produce a CAHPS® module for consumer assessments of care received in nursing home settings.

FY 2002
Obtain baseline number of people with access to CAHPS® data.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Completed

 

Baseline developed: Access—90 million Americans

SG-3/4/5/6
HP-23

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