This project sought to identify critical areas for performance measurement to optimize vaccination rates and outcomes across adult populations. Read more

Description

Getting to Measures That Matter

Vaccine-preventable diseases cause unnecessary illness, morbidity, and mortality for Americans of all ages. Costs of care associated with vaccine-preventable disease greatly outweigh the costs of vaccination, and increased vaccination rates offer significant potential for cost savings. Unfortunately, adult vaccination coverage remains low for most routinely recommended vaccines and are well below the Healthy People 2020 Objectives.

This project sought to identify critical areas for performance measurement to optimize vaccination rates and outcomes across adult populations.

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Prioritizing Measurement: Getting to Measures That Matter 

Contact Information

Learn more about this project or the overall Priorities work, you may contact Juliet Feldman at 202-783-1300 or jfeldman@qualityforum.org.

This project sought to identify critical areas for performance measurement to optimize vaccination rates and outcomes across adult populations. Read more

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Prioritizing Measures 

Under contract with HHS, NQF will provide guidance on priorities for performance measure development and endorsement to address the triple aim of the NQS by focusing on five content areas. Learn more about Prioritizing Measures. 

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Prioritizing Measures 

Under contract with HHS, NQF will provide guidance on priorities for performance measure development and endorsement to address the triple aim of the NQS by focusing on five content areas. Learn more about Prioritizing Measures. 

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