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Appendix E-1. Sample Priority Stakeholder Survey

Community quality collaboratives are community-based organizations of multiple stakeholders, including health care providers, purchasers (employers, employer coalitions, Medicaid and others), health plans, and consumer advocacy organizations, that are working together to transform health care at the local level. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality offers these organizations many tools to assist in their efforts.

1.  Current initiatives

Please put on your "stakeholder hat." This page lists 7 initiatives where the Quality Collaborative is currently engaged. For each of these 7 initiatives, indicate whether this work provides high, moderate, or little or no value to your stakeholder organization. Your feedback will be consolidated with other stakeholders' input and shared with the board to assist in strategic planning.

Measure quality of primary care by consolidating claims data from health plans and EHR data from clinics.

High              Moderate              Little or no value

Publish and promote information on clinics' quality for consumers. Provide a trusted link to related resources.

High              Moderate              Little or no value

Assist clinics in using quality measurement information; ensure they can download and use the information.

High              Moderate              Little or no value

Facilitate a partnership to improve collection and use of disparities data (racial, language, socioeconomic and geographic)

High              Moderate              Little or no value

Facilitate hospitals' participation in the RWJF-IHI national quality improvement initiatives; e.g., Transforming Healthcare at the Bedside.

High              Moderate              Little or no value

Provide tools to partner organizations so they can help consumers/patients understand care quality.

High              Moderate              Little or no value

Contribute to the shaping of state health policy regarding health care quality (advisory role).

High              Moderate              Little or no value

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2.  Future opportunities

Following is a list of 10 potential initiatives that may be new subject areas or expansion of existing work for the Quality Collaborative. Identify and rank the top three that will provide the greatest value to your stakeholder organization. If your organization would like to see the Quality Collaborative pursue other work, list it in the comments section.

Measure and report on patient experience of care using surveys

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Measure and report on efficiency and value of care

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Measure and report on specialty care quality

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Convene partners to align clinical quality improvement for specific variations in care

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Coordinate programs to increase providers' access implementation and use of electronic health records

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Facilitate development of community systems for interoperability of electronic patient health records

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Monitor quality of care using publicly available sources

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Provide reports to the public and advocate for action

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Stimulate and coordinate provider incentives for high quality/high value care

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

Stimulate and coordinate consumer incentives for high quality/high value care

1st-Top Priority              2nd-High Priority              3rd-Next Priority

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Page last reviewed January 2009
Internet Citation:   E-1. Sample Priority Stakeholder Survey: Appendix E-1: Sample Priority Stakeholder Survey. January 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://archive.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/quality-resources/value/suscqcollab/suscqcollappe1.html

 

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