Performance Measurement is the first in a new series of an ongoing effort by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to improve health care quality. Performance Measurement offers a comprehensive review of available measures and introduces a new framework to examine these measures against the six aims of the health care system: health care should be safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. This new book also addresses the gaps in performance measurement and introduces the need for measures that are longitudinal, comprehensive, population-based, and patient-centered. This book is directed toward all concerned with improving the quality and performance of the nation s health care system in its multiple dimensions and in both the public and private sectors.
Table of Contents
|2 Current and Future State of Performance Measurement and Reporting||40-62|
|3 Achieving a National System for Performance Measurement and Reporting||63-82|
|4 Moving Forward: What Should Be Measured?||83-112|
|5 Research Agenda||113-128|
|Appendix A Glossary||129-133|
|Appendix B National Organizations Involved in Performance Measurement||134-143|
|Appendix C Case Studies||144-165|
|Appendix D Ten Design Principles||166-169|
|Appendix E Methodology and Analytic Frameworks||170-176|
|Appendix F Commissioned Paper: Improving the Quality of Quality Measurement--John D. Birkmeyer, Eve A. Kerr, and Justin B. Dimick||177-203|
|Appendix G Starter Set of Measures||204-221|
|Appendix H Commissioned Paper: Efficiency/Value-Based Measures for Services, Defined Populations, Acute Episodes, and Chronic Conditions--Kyle L. Grazier||222-249|
|Appendix I Commissioned Paper: Transitional Care Performance Measurement--Eric A. Coleman||250-286|
|Appendix J Commissioned Paper: Palliative Care/End-of-Life Measures--Sydney Dy and Joanne Lynn||287-321|
|Appendix K Biographical Sketches||322-344|
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