Quality Measures with Low Clinical Data Need

While the impact of standard supplemental clinical data varies according to the measure requirements and the content of the clinical data source, these measures have been found to have a less than average need for clinical data:

AAP: Adults’ Access to Preventive/Ambulatory Health Services
ADD: Follow-Up Care for Children Prescribed ADHD Medication (eCQM)
ADV: Annual Dental Visit
AMB: Ambulatory Care
APP: Use of First-Line Psychosocial Care for Children and Adolescents on Antipsychotics
AWC: Adolescent Well-Care Visits
CAP: Children and Adolescents’ Access to Primary Care Practitioners
EDU: Emergency Department Utilization
FPC: Frequency of Ongoing Prenatal Care
FSP: Frequency of Selected Procedures
FUA: Follow-Up After Emergency Department Visit for Alcohol and Other Drug Dependence
FUH: Follow-Up After Hospitalization for Mental Illness
FUM: Follow-Up After Emergency Department Visit for Mental Illness
GG1: Members in Hospice
HAI: Standardized Healthcare-Associated Infection Ratio
HPC: Hospitalization for Potentially Preventable Complications
IAD: Identification of Alcohol and Other Drug Services
IHU: Inpatient Hospital Utilization
IMA: Immunizations for Adolescents
IPU: Inpatient Utilization – General Hospital/Acute Care
MPT: Mental Health Utilization
PCR: Plan All-Cause Readmissions
PPC: Prenatal and Postpartum Care
RAS: Relative Resource Use for People With Asthma
RCA: Relative Resource Use for People With Cardiovascular Conditions
RCO: Relative Resource Use for People With COPD
RDI: Relative Resource Use for People With Diabetes
RHY: Relative Resource Use for People With Hypertension

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