As part of ongoing efforts to communicate health care performance results in a timely and user-friendly way, MNCM has created a “snapshot” from the 2017 Cycle C measure reporting period. Cycle A and Cycle B snapshots were published in the fall of 2017.
This snapshot is a summary of the Cycle C information that will be published in the Health Care Quality Report, which is anticipated to be released in early 2018. Measures in the Cycle C Snapshot include Optimal Asthma Control – Adults, Optimal Asthma Control – Children, Colorectal Cancer Screening and Maternity Care: Cesarean Section Rate.
Click here for the Cycle C Measures Snapshot link.
This information can be used to aid decision making associated with quality improvement efforts.
In 2017 (Dates of service July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017), the statewide rate for Optimal Asthma Control – Adults was 49 percent and 57 percent for Optimal Asthma Control – Children. The statewide rate for Colorectal Cancer Screening was 73 percent. For the Maternity Care: Cesarean Section Rate measure, where a lower rate can indicate better quality care, the statewide rate was 23 percent.
The Cycle C Snapshot includes links to measure results on MNHealthScores.org, a table of the top medical groups by performance on Cycle C measures and information on where to access helpful provider and patient tools.
MNCN appreciate the significant contributions of clinics, medical groups, health plans, hospitals and other professional organizations that provide data to MN Community Measurement. Achieving our mission to accelerate the improvement of health by publicly reporting health care information relies on this collaborative, multi-stakeholder effort. MNCM strives to continue to be the trusted source for performance measurement, data sharing and public reporting locally and nationally.