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Slide 9. Conceptual Framework—Guiding Determination of the Scope for Core Measurement Set

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

Slide 9. Conceptual Framework-Guiding Determination of the Scope for Core Measurement Set

 

Grounded →Intermediate →Aspirational
MeasuresMeasuresMeasures
  • Lean towards recommending more grounded measures:
    • Grounded:10-25, currently feasible, many already in place.
    • Intermediate category: number to be determined, good specifications, some States already using them.
    • Aspirational: needed measures to fill in the gaps.

 

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Page last reviewed July 2009
Internet Citation: Slide 9. Conceptual Framework—Guiding Determination of the Scope for Core Measurement Set: 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/schiffslide9.html

 

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