August 21-23, 2019 / Chicago, IL
Friday, August 23, 9 am – 10:30 am
Developing measures to support population health, including measure alignment and interpreting outcomes, is an increasingly important and complex topic that often requires creative use of multiple data sources. This session highlights the use of state and federal measures and data sources to support population health. A speaker from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will present information from Healthy People 2030, and officials from two states will share examples of measure development. An Oregon speaker will describe relevant performance metrics developed for Coordinated Care Organizations.