CoE-IHS Webinar: Quality Outcomes and Behavioral Health Treatment: Improving Adoption of Measurement-informed Care
Measurement-informed care is an essential component of integrated care that regularly and systematically uses patient data to inform clinical decisions and improve the quality of care. By using patient data to inform clinical decisions, providers can develop personalized treatment plans, intervene early to prevent complications, improve medication management, promote coordinated care and engage in continuous quality improvement.
Join us for Quality Outcomes and Behavioral Health Treatment: Improving Adoption of Measurement-informed Care on Tuesday, May 30, 1-2 p.m. ET to learn how measurement-informed care supports providers in improving the quality of care delivered within integrated care settings.
In this webinar, national experts will explore commonly used behavioral health measures, their impact on patient care, value, feasibility of data collection and provider burden, and challenges and opportunities to improve the way we use measurement to inform treatment when delivering whole person, integrated care.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
- Examine the current state of measurement-based care in health care and the opportunity to adjust this concept in behavioral health settings.
- Explore how measurement, while critical to quality care, informs treatment alongside other factors, including social determinants of health (SDOH).
- Identify existing sets of behavioral health measures, including those used in HEDIS and CMS Physician Performance as well as alternative measures approved by NQF and NCQA to recognize validity, feasibility to accurately collect and utility in managing routine clinical care and value-based care.
- Gather expert recommendations on improving available measures and exploring novel measures for future testing.