Quality and Performance Measurement

2 to 3 p.m. (EST), Monday, Nov. 27, 2017 Quality measurement is a critical component of all state Medicaid programs. As health reform efforts expand and children’s health quality measurement efforts become more advanced, federal and state interest in quality improvement for children with chronic and complex health care needs is increasing. Quality measurement and […]

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  • State Health Policy Blog

    Poor birth outcomes, such as pre-term birth, carry substantial human and financial costs and are generally influenced by women’s health and socioeconomic factors such as race, ethnicity, income, health care access, and education. According to the Institute of Medicine, the cost associated with pre-term birth in the U.S. is $26.2 billion each year, with Medicaid […]

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  • State Medicaid Quality Measurement Activities for Women’s Health
    Maps

    *Maps and Chart updated as of November 3, 2017* State Medicaid agencies provide a variety of health services to women that promote overall health and well-being and support improved birth outcomes, such as reduction in infant mortality rates. States have the option of implementing performance measurement, incentives or improvement projects, including as part of broad […]

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  • Provider burnout is widespread and becoming more pervasive over time. Using the experience of the Heart of Virginia Healthcare (HVH) as a lens, this webinar addresses the scope and impact of provider burnout, why states should care, and what states can do about it. HVH is one of seven regional cooperatives reaching 1500 primary care practices nationwide as part […]

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  • Publications

    Provider burnout is widespread and becoming more pervasive over time. Using the experience of the Heart of Virginia Healthcare (HVH) as a lens, this brief addresses the scope and impact of provider burnout, why states should care, and what states can do about it. HVH is one of seven regional cooperatives reaching 1500 primary care practices nationwide as […]

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  • Publications

    Unplanned and complex births carry potentially avoidable health complications and costs to families and states. Broad healthcare payment and delivery reform is underway across the country to improve outcomes, enhance patient experience and reduce costs. Some states are capitalizing on these reforms to promote planned and healthy births by driving improvement in effective contraceptive use […]

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  • State Strategies for Promoting Children’s Preventive Services
    Maps

    *Map and chart updated as of September 28, 2016* States have the option of implementing performance measurement, incentives or improvement projects, often as part of broad health system transformation efforts, to promote children and adolescents’ access to preventive services. This series of maps and accompanying chart illustrate state-specific Medicaid or CHIP performance improvement projects, measures, […]

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  • Publications

    States across the country are fully engaged in delivery system and payment reform efforts to improve care and lower costs in their Medicaid programs. Data is a critical component of these efforts. This NASHP brief provides an introduction to two types of Medicaid utilization data—fee-for-service claims data and managed care encounter data—and, based on examples […]

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  • On May 26, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a notice of proposed rule making (NPRM) that, once adopted as final regulation, represents the first major update to the rules governing Medicaid managed care since 2002. Since this time, Medicaid managed care has expanded in both scope and nature, with a considerable […]

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  • Quality and performance measurement is key to improving value in the health care system, because you cannot improve what you cannot measure. NASHP realizes the importance of quality and performance measurement and strives to provide states with best practices in quality and performance measurement so that states can achieve their ultimate goal of improving population health. We have […]

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    March 5, 2015 | Filed under: Quality and Performance Measurement