Health Workforce emphasizes the role of the workforce in prevention and care coordination, linkages between healthcare and community-based services, and workforce deployment. Read more

Description

Getting to Measures That Matter

Achieving the National Quality Strategy’s aims of better care, affordable care, and healthy people/healthy communities will require an adequate supply and distribution of a well-trained workforce. NQF recognizes the importance of this area and has repeatedly identified it as a key building block for improving health and healthcare.

This work is intended to provide public and private stakeholders, including policymakers, healthcare providers, health systems, and educational institutions with the resources and knowledge to advance performance measurement in the deployment of the healthcare workforce in ways that promote effective prevention and care coordination.

Related NQF Work

Prioritizing Measurement: Getting to Measures That Matter 

Contact Information

Learn more about this project or the overall Priorities work, you may contact Quintin Dukes at 202-783-1300 or qdukes@qualityforum.org.

Health Workforce emphasizes the role of the workforce in prevention and care coordination, linkages between healthcare and community-based services, and workforce deployment. 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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