OUTCOMES/MEASURES

Virginia's Plan for Well-Being

To read Virginia's Plan for Well-Being Measures, please check out the digital version here.

 

With funding provided by the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services' (CMS) State Innovation Model (SIM) grant, Virginia's Plan takes a comprehensive approach to its State's well-being. It "lays out 13 priority goals that address issues significantly impacting the health and well-being of the people of Virginia. It provides a framework to guide the development of projects, programs, and policies to advance Virginians' health."

 

For example, one of the priority goals concerns increased use of Health IT; three measures of success to meet that goal by the target date of 2020 are:

Goal 4.2: VIRGINIA’S HEALTH IT SYSTEM CONNECTS PEOPLE, SERVICES, AND INFORMATION TO SUPPORT OPTIMAL HEALTH OUTCOMES
Examples of Virginia's Measures of Success. ("Goal 4.2: “Virginia’s Health IT System Connects People, Services, and Information to Support Optimal Health Outcomes”, see page 39 of the report)
 
 
 
 

Webinar

Examining the Impact of Interoperability on Client, Organizational, and Population Health Outcomes (September, 2014)

Slides

This webinar highlights one county's approach using an Integrated Case Management Solution, inclusive of both ROTI & SROI methodologies and an Intensive Teaming Protocol for health and human services staff, being implemented in the county's Transitional Age Youth and Homeless Service programs. 

  • Speakers: Uma Ahluwalia, Montgomery County Department of H/HS, Maryland; Lisa Cawley, Accenture; Jerry Friedman, Accenture; Megan Lape, APHSA; and Harold Lehman, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

 

 

Last Updated: 12/12/2016


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