MSQC Program Director Dr. Skip Campbell will be speaking at the Ann Arbor Health Services Research Symposium, September 19-20, on the topic "Moving from Measurement to Improvement".
The Ann Arbor Health Services Research Symposium theme:
"New payment reforms such as Hospital Value-Based Purchasing and public reporting efforts such as ProPublica’s Surgeon Scorecard and Yelp Ratings are increasing attention on clinician performance. Accordingly, the 2016 Symposium, “Defining Excellence: Performance measurement in healthcare”, will focus on measuring and reporting clinician performance as it relates to quality, costs and appropriateness. We will teach participants how to identify the strengths and pitfalls of performance measurement. We will also demonstrate how collaborative learning can be a vehicle for improving performance measurement, focusing on the unique Collaborative Quality Initiatives (CQIs) housed at the University of Michigan."
September 19-20, Ann Arbor, MI. More information here: http://www.hsrsymposium.com/