Quality Measurement Enabled by Health IT: Overview, Challenges, and Possibilities: an environmental snapshot – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [US] – July 2012

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Quality Measurement Enabled by Health IT: Overview, Challenges, and Possibilities: an environmental snapshot – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [US] – July 2012

Prepared by: Booz Allen Hamilton

“Pathways to Quality Measurement Through Health IT is a 2-year, AHRQ-sponsored initiative that enables advancements in health IT-enabled quality measurement and reporting by identifying strategies, a health services infrastructure, and research issues related to health IT-enabled quality measures. Reports and other materials emanating from this initiative will culminate in the development of a strategic plan to improve health care quality enabled by health IT.

Provides an overview of health IT-enabled quality measurement;
Discusses possibilities for the next generation of health IT-enabled quality measurement;
Illustrates challenges to achieving the next generation of health IT-enabled quality measurement; and
Describes over 80 Federal, State, regional, and private activities seeking to improve health-IT enabled quality measurement.”

Anderson KM, Marsh CA, Flemming AC, Isenstein H, Reynolds J. Quality Measurement Enabled by Health IT: Overview, Possibilities, and Challenges (Prepared by Booz Allen Hamilton, under Contract No. HHSA290200900024I.) AHRQ Publication No. 12-0061-EF. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. July 2012.

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