Include the following sections (detailed criteria listed below and in the grading rubric). Identification of the Selected Measure Identify the selected

Include the following sections (detailed criteria listed below and in the grading rubric).

  1. Identification of the Selected Measure
    1. Identify the selected performance measure.
    2. Analyze the selected measure for clinical significance and evidence base.
    3. Describe practical implications for practice.
    4. Provide support from at least one scholarly source.
  2. Implementation Planning
    1. Develop a quality improvement plan for implementing the selected measure in your current or future practice, including:
      1. Strategies for client education
      2. Clinical workflow integration
      3. Documentation
    2. Provide support from at least one scholarly source.
  3. Measurement
    1. Identify a tool or data collection technique to measure the outcomes of implementing the selected measure.
    2. Describe how the tool can be successfully implemented.
    3. Provide support from at least one scholarly source.
  4. Application to Practice
    1. Discuss how the interventions can improve client outcomes.
    2. Discuss how the interventions can improve cost savings for the practice.
    3. Discuss how the interventions can improve client ratings (an NP’s patient scorecard).
    4. Provide support from at least one scholarly source.
  5. Reflection
    1. Reflect on the importance of using NCQA HEDIS measures in clinical practice.
    2. Identify two key takeaways to apply to your current or future practice.

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