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Patient-reported Outcome-Based Performance Measure (PRO-PM)

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3-Item Care Transition Measure (CTM-3)

  • The CTM-3 is a hospital level measure of performance that reports the average patient reported quality of preparation for self-care response among adult patients discharged from general acute care hospitals within the past 30 days.

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Adolescent Assessment of Preparation for Transition (ADAPT) to Adult-Focused Health Care

  • The Adolescent Assessment of Preparation for Transition (ADAPT) to Adult-Focused Health Care measures the quality of preparation for transition from pediatric-focused to adult-focused health care as reported in a survey completed by youth ages 16-17 years old with a chronic health condition. The ADAPT survey generates measures for each of the 3 domains: 1) Counseling on Transition Self-Management, 2) Counseling on Prescription Medication, and 3) Transfer Planning.

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Ambulatory Palliative Care Patients’ Experience of Feeling Heard and Understood

  • This is a multi-item measure consisting of 4 items: Q1: “I felt heard and understood by this provider and team”, Q2: “I felt this provider and team put my best interests first when making recommendations about my care”, Q3: “I felt this provider and team saw me as a person, not just someone with a medical problem”, Q4: “I felt this provider and team understood what is important to me in my life.”

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Average change in functional status following lumbar spine fusion surgery

  • For patients age 18 and older undergoing lumbar spine fusion surgery, the average change from pre-operative functional status to one year (nine to fifteen months) post-operative functional status using the Oswestry Disability Index (ODI version 2.1a) patient reported outcome tool.

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Bereaved Family Survey

  • The purpose of this measure is to assess families´ perceptions of the quality of care that Veterans received from the VA in the last month of life. The BFS consists of 19 items (17 structured and 2 open-ended). The BFS items were selected from a longer survey that was developed and validated with the support of a VA HSR&D Merit Award and have been approved for use by the Office of Management and Budget.

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CAHPS Clinician & Group Surveys (CG-CAHPS) Version 3.0 -Adult, Child

  • The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems Clinician & Group Survey 3.0 (CG-CAHPS) is a standardized survey instrument that asks patients to report on their experiences with primary or specialty care received from providers and their staff in ambulatory care settings over the preceding 6 months.

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CAHPS Health Plan Survey v 3.0 children with chronic conditions supplement

  • 31- questions that supplement the CAHPS Child Survey v 3.0 Medicaid and Commercial Core Surveys, that enables health plans to identify children who have chronic conditions and assess their experience with the health care system. Level of analysis: health plan – HMO, PPO, Medicare, Medicaid, commercial

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CAHPS® Home Health Care Survey (experience with care)

  • The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS®) Home Health Care Survey, also referred as the "CAHPS Home Health Care Survey" or "Home Health CAHPS" or “HHCAHPS” is a standardized survey instrument and data collection methodology for measuring home health patients ‘perspectives on their home health care in Medicare-certified home health care agencies. AHRQ and CMS participated in the development of the Home Health CAHPS to measure the experiences of those receiving home health care with these three goals in mind: 

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