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  1. Development of Home Care Quality Indicators Based on the MDS-HC
  2. Agenda
  3. Agenda
  4. RAI-Home Care Assessment System
  5. Improvements in the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI)
  6. Improvements in the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) (continued)
  7. Improving Assessment Process
  8. Improving Assessment Process (continued)
  9. Improving Assessment Process (continued)
  10. Applications of Minimum Data Set for Home Care (MDS-HC) Data
  11. Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) Family of Instruments
  12. Tower of Babel
  13. Common Basis
  14. Implementation of Resident Assessment Instrument for Home Care (RAI-HC)
  15. Agenda
  16. Uses of MDS-HC Data for Quality Measurement
  17. Why HCQIs Are Important
  18. Uses of HCQIs
  19. HCQI Authors
  20. Considerations in Developing HCQIs
  21. HCQI Research in a Nutshell
  22. Prevalence HC Quality Indicators
  23. Incidence HC Quality Indicators
  24. Adjusting HCQIs
  25. Example: Two Nutrition HCQIs
  26. Adjusting HCQIs
  27. Risk/Ascertainment Adjustments for Mood, 8 Michigan Agencies
  28. Two HCQIs, by Agency
  29. All HCQI -- Agency 'A'
  30. All HCQI -- Agency 'B'
  31. People want simple quality measures
  32. Average Relative QIHC, by Michigan Agency
  33. Single Measure of Home Care Quality
  34. Agenda
  35. Cartoon
  36. Methods
  37. Change in Agency Average HCQI Score, by Period
  38. Results
  39. Defining Good/Poor Quality
  40. Average 'Good'/'Bad' HCQIs, by Quarter
  41. Distribution of a HCQI
  42. Next Steps
  43. Conclusions


Development of Home Care Quality Indicators Based on the MDS-HC, a presentation by Brant Fries of the University of Michigan, given at the AHRQ-NGA meeting, State Long Term Care Systems: Reducing Cost, Quality and Access, held in Indianapolis, IN, May 6-8, 2002.

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Development of Home Care Quality Indicators Based on the MDS-HC, a presentation by Brant Fries of the University of Michigan, given at the AHRQ-NGA meeting, State Long Term Care Systems: Reducing Cost, Quality and Access, held in Indianapolis, IN, May 6-8, 2002.

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