• NQF’s series of webinars highlighting the 2017 Innovation Challenge Winners who proposed innovative and agile approaches to incorporating one or more of the American Institutes for Research’s Principles for Making Health Care Measurement Patient-Centered in performance measurement.

    Explore archived webinar materials highlighting the NQF 2017 Innovation Challenge Winners:

    Thursday, March 1, 2018

    Sameer Saini, MD, VA Ann Arbor Center for Clinical Management Research and University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, discussed measures of colorectal cancer screening that incorporate individual screening benefit and patient preferences. Matthew Pickering, PharmD, Pharmacy Quality Alliance, and Eleanor Perfetto, PhD, National Health Council, shared a proposed rubric to assess the patient-centeredness of measure development and implementation. Moderated by Hala Durrah, Patient Family Engagement Consultant, Speaker & Advocate

    Agenda (PDF) | Presentation Slides (PDF)

    February 8, 2018

    Saraswathi Vedam, SciD, Birth Place Lab, University of British Columbia, discussed the development and validation of patient-designed measures of autonomy and respect, as well as patient-reported tools to capture mistreatment in maternity care. Katharina Kovacs Burns, PhD, Alberta Health Services shared a strategy to engage patient and family advisors in gathering and analyzing patient experience data in real-time. Moderated by David Andrews, Patient Advisor

    Agenda (PDF) | Presentation Slides (PDF)

    January 23, 2018

    Colleen A. McHorney, PhD, Evidera, and Dayo Jagun, Genentech, discussed ongoing work where patients and caregivers have a central role in conceptualizing oncology measures that address patients’ concerns, values, and preferences. Moderated by Laura Batz Townsend, President & Co-Founder, Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation

    Agenda (PDF) I Presentation Slides (PDF)

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