• The National Quality Forum (NQF) is committed through its Measure Incubator® to foster learning and improvement in the measure development process. As part of the 2017-2018 Learning Collaborative Patient-Centered Measurement Webinar Series, NQF held its 2017 Innovation Challenge focused on patient-centered healthcare measurement.

    NQF awarded a cash prize to five submissions selected by an expert panel. Learn how the winning submissions help advance patient-centered measurement by joining the 2017-2018 Learning Collaborative Patient-Centered Measurement Webinar Series.

    Jan 23, 2018 | 1:00-2:00 PM ET

    • Colleen A. McHorney, PhD, Evidera and Dayo Jagun, MBBS, MPH, Genentech
      Shared 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, BA, President & Co-Founder, Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation

      Agenda (PDF) | Presentation Slides (PDF) | Event Recording

    Feb 8, 2018 | 1:00-2:00 PM ET

    • Saraswathi Vedam, RM, FACNM, SciD, MSFHR Health Professional Investigator, Birth Place Lab, University of British Columbia
      Described the development and validation of patient-designed measures of autonomy and respect, as well as patient-reported items that capture mistreatment in maternity care

    • Katharina Kovacs Burns, MSc, MHSA, PhD, Alberta Health Services
      Explored 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) | Event Recording

    Mar 1, 2018 | 1:00-2:00 PM ET 

    • Sameer Saini, MD, MS, VA Ann Arbor Center for Clinical Management Research and University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation
      Outlined measures of colorectal cancer screening that incorporate individual screening benefit and patient preferences

    • Matthew Pickering, PharmD, RPh, Pharmacy Quality Alliance and Eleanor Perfetto, PhD, MS, National Health Council
      Proposed a rubric to assess the patient-centeredness of measure development and implementation

      Moderated by Hala Durrah, MTA, Patient Family Engagement Consultant, Speaker & Advocate

    • Agenda (PDF) | Presentation Slides (PDF) | Event Recording

    Aug 16, 2018 | 1:00-2:00 PM ET

    Jennifer Hale, MSN, Compassus, Stephen Hoy, PFCCpartners, Eddie Machado, MD, MBA, IPRO, David Lansky, PhD, Pacific Business Group on Health, and Dave White, NCQA, will explore the roles of diverse stakeholders in advancing patient-centered measurement, examine challenges to ensuring representativeness in performance measurement, and discuss opportunities to enhance patient-provider relationships through patient-centered measurement.

    Moderated by Tracy Spinks, BBA, Senior Director of Quality Innovation, National Quality Forum

    Register now!

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    Please contact incubator@qualityforum.org with any questions about the NQF Measure Incubator® Innovation Challenge or Learning Collaborative webinar series.

    About the Challenge

    From October 16-November 15, 2017, NQF invited NQF Members and other stakeholders to submit innovative and agile approaches to incorporating one or more of the American Institutes’ for Research (AIR) principles for patient-centered performance measurement—including patient-driven, holistic, transparent, comprehensive and timely, and co-created with patients. This framework was developed with broad stakeholder input and leadership from AIR. We solicited submissions that present measure development, implementation, and/or reporting/benchmarking approaches focused on one or more of these principles. See below for submission details and evaluation criteria (PDF).

    NQF received 32 submissions for the 2017 Innovation Challenge. Winning submissions were selected by an expert panel, including patients, Learning Collaborative members, and representatives from AIR.

    In 2018, we will begin featuring the 2017 Innovation Challenge entries, along with 2016 Innovation Challenge entries, as permanent content for the NQF Learning Collaborative. Thank you for your innovative ideas!

    Questions? Please email incubator@qualityforum.org.

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