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Slide 18. Meeting July 23, 2009: Assessing Measure Importance

Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Progress Report to the AHRQ National Advisory Council

Slide 18. Meeting July 23, 2009: Assessing Measure Importance

  • Evaluated importance for measures with passing validity and feasibility in Round 1:
    • Validity score of 7-9.
    • Feasibility score of 4-6.
  • Delphi process to assess importance:
    • 9-point scale:
      • 7-9: Measure of clear importance.
      • 4-6: Level of importance uncertain.
      • 1-3: Measure does not meet importance criteria.
  • Measures with an importance score of 4 or higher on the 9-point Delphi scale were retained in the preliminary set of core measures.

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Internet Citation: Slide 18. Meeting July 23, 2009: Assessing Measure Importance: Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Progress Report to the AHRQ National Advisory Council. July 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://archive.ahrq.gov/policymakers/chipra/chipraarch/chipra072209/schiff/schiffslide18.html

 

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