Mind the Gap: Improving Quality Measurement in Accountable Care Systems

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Overview

Join us on October 30 to examine the use of quality measures to balance financial incentives in accountable care systems, gaps in accountable care measure sets, and possible solutions for addressing these gaps.

Who should attend? The conference is designed for health care leaders and other professionals working to advance the use of quality measurement in accountable care systems, including:

  • Provider Organizations
  • Medical Specialty Societies
  • Federal and State Policymakers
  • Health Plans
  • Patient/Consumer Groups
  • Employers/Purchasers
  • Biopharmaceutical Industry
  • Quality Organizations


By attending the conference, attendees will:

Understand how accountable care systems can use quality measures to balance financial incentives
Explore key gaps in accountable care quality measure sets, particularly for high-cost specialty care and innovative treatment
Gain insight into how the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) identify priorities for measurement and works with stakeholders to address measure gaps
Learn how patients, medical specialty societies, and national quality organizations are engaging in quality measurement
Get involved in the path forward to fill measure gaps and advance quality measurement for accountable care
Join us in tweeting about the conference using #mindqualitygap.
The conference is co-sponsored by the National Pharmaceutical Council, the National Health Council and the Pharmacy Quality Alliance.

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