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MN Community Measurement (Text Version)

Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2011 Annual Conference

On September 20, 2011, Jim Chase made this presentation at the 2011 Annual Conference. Select to access the PowerPoint® presentation (1.1 MB).  

Slide 1

MN Community Measurement©

AHRQ 2011 Annual Conference
September 20, 2011

Slide 2

Overview of Presentation

  • Background on MN Community Measurement.
  • Why Multi-stakeholder Collaboration?
  • Regional Improvement Collaborative accomplishments.
  • Challenges and Opportunities in Health Reform.

Slide 3

MN Community Measurement

Accelerating the Improvement of Health Through Public Reporting:

  • The trusted source of information across the spectrum of care and the IOM six aims.
  • Used by providers to improve care and by patients to make better decisions.
  • Our community works together on measurement.

Slide 4

MNCM Health Care Quality Report

  • Reports on 18 clinical quality measures, Health Information Technology, patient experience, cost of care, and hospital measures.
  • Reports results on 315 medical groups and 550 clinics.
  • Results from health plan and medical group data.

Image: A pitchfork being dug into the soil is shown.

Slide 5

Patients Benefit from Becker Clinic's Push on Diabetes.
Article by: Maura Lerner, Star Tribune Updated: July 30, 2011.

Image: A father tests his blood sugar while his daughter looks on.

Slide 6

Why Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration?

  • Trusted source of information.
  • Honest Broker (gives and gets).
  • Focus resources and priorities.
  • Standards for comparison.
  • Work across settings of care.
  • Health not health care.

Slide 7

Growing Network of Regional Collaboratives in U.S.

Aligning Forces for Quality
Other NRHI Members
Chartered Value Exchange

Image: A map of the United States shows the locations of the Chartered Value Exchanges, Aliied Forces, and other NRHI members.

Slide 8

Image: A book labeled Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives is shown.

Slide 9

Improving Results

Triple Aim:

  • Cost.
  • Quality.
  • Experience.

Performance Measurement and Reporting
Care Improvement
Patient Engagement
Performance Based Payment

Engage Local Communities
Alignment Across Payers

Slide 10

Challenges to Sustainability

  • Ability to impact cost of care.
  • Compete or cooperate in accountable care.
  • Business model—who should fund?
  • Access to data.
  • Impact across communities:
    • Most payers aren't local.
    • Spread.
  • Can Innovation co-exist with consensus?

Slide 11

Approaches to Driving Change


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Opportunities for Collaboratives

  • Support value based purchasing:
    • Broker work across organizations.
    • Data and analysis for improvement.
  • Apply quality improvement lessons to cost:
    • Readmissions, imaging, biologics, etc.
  • Align multiple payers to increase impact.
  • Initiatives across communities (AHRQ grant on depression and substance abuse).

Slide 13

Questions or Comments

Jim Chase
President, MN Community Measurement

© MN Community Measurement. All rights reserved.

Page last reviewed October 2014
Internet Citation: MN Community Measurement (Text Version): Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2011 Annual Conference. October 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.


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