Welcome to the Women's Health Project Space!
This is the home base for the Women's Health Post Partum CDS, GDM, eCQM project funded by CDC in Confluence. This is the place where we can collaborate, plan for the project, and keep important documentation.
Using existing value sets and electronic clinical quality measures, develop and enhance current clinical decision support tools that can be used at the point of care to increase adoption of clinical contraception guidelines.
The evidence-based quality improvement work will be in three areas:
- Increased provision of contraceptive counseling and care in accordance with US Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use and US Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive Use (MEC/SPR)
- Increased tracking, care and follow-up for post-partum women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM)
- The National Quality Forum (NQF) endorsed three clinical performance measures for the provision of quality contraceptive care in the fall of 2016:
- (1) Mostly and Moderately Effective Methods (NQF #2903)
- (2) Access to Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) Methods (NQF #2904)
- (3) Postpartum Most and Moderately Effective Methods (NQF #2902)
NACHC Deliverables Status
1. Data and Information Systems
|1.1 Fact Sheet||08/01/2020||12/10/2020|
|1.2 Defined data element dictionary, stakeholder feedback and guidance|
Need correct link here
|1.3 Clinical workflow and dataflow documentation for the HCCNs and health centers||01/04/2021||04/02/2021|
|1.4 Training Materials||Subtask: Request each site to include training materials in their final report.||02/28/2021||05/31/2021|
|1.5 Recommendations for scale and spread||Subtask: Will be part of Implementation Guide.||06/01/2021||06/30/2021|
|1.6 Metrics on impact of QI initiative on post-partum follow up, contraception counseling and use, and post-GDM screening and counseling||Subtask: Design a survey to ask: does this interrupt workflow? Was the experience of care team better or worse? Impact on payment.||06/01/2021||06/30/2021|
2. Communication & Information Technology
|2.1 Fact Sheet||08/01/2020||09/01/2020|
|2.2 Defined data element dictionary and feedback from eCQM partners from OPA, CDC, UCSF, NQF stakeholders||Subtask: Put on agenda for a call with CDC. Bring up on the Thursday call at which OPA attends - Julia to speak.||08/01/2020||01/08/2021|
|2.3 Uniform definition of terms and data capture for delivery dates and patient visit||Subtask: Julia work with Pedro - pregnancy episode, identifying deliveries, identifying post partum visits. Why is AllianceChicago using the codes it is using. Goes in Implementation Guide.||08/01/2020||02/26/2021|
|2.4 Detailed data dictionary for health center-controlled networks pulling eCQM data||Need Link for 1.2||08/01/2020||01/08/2021|
|2.5 Recommendations for scale and spread||Subtask: Should be a section in an implementation guide.||06/01/2021||07/15/2021|
|2.6 White paper or academic material on misalignment and gaps in data quality for post-partum care||Subtask: Julia has an outline - wait for data so that we can report on a more academic paper.||01/01/2021||07/15/2021|
|2.7 HCCNs and health center teams contacts drive the QI process for post-partum care||Subtask: Check to see if their implementation plans include answers to these questions: How networks are engaging the partners, what their local QI process is.||08/01/2020||06/30/2021|
|2.8 Pre-and post-intervention measures that add value and drive shared decision making||Subtask: Insert link data table and graphs - Pedro||08/01/2020||06/30/2021|
|2.9 Presentation of outcomes to at least one national meeting and one FQHC-focused national forum|
Subtask: National: Society for Family Planning.
Communications: promotion of meeting? slides?