Passive monitoring versus active assessment of clinical performance: impact on measured quality of care.

@article{Hysong2011PassiveMV,
  title={Passive monitoring versus active assessment of clinical performance: impact on measured quality of care.},
  author={Sylvia J. Hysong and Myrna M. Khan and Laura A. Petersen},
  journal={Medical care},
  year={2011},
  volume={49 10},
  pages={883-90}
}
CONTEXT Measurement of hospitals' clinical performance is becoming more ubiquitous in an effort to inform patient choices, payer reimbursement decisions, and quality improvement initiatives such as pay-for-performance. As more measures are developed, the intensity with which measures are monitored changes. Performance measures are often retired after a period of sustained performance and not monitored as actively as other measures where performance is more variable. The effect of actively… CONTINUE READING
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