Performance measurement has major problems. I started writing about performance measurement and associated problems for 10 years. ... Over the past 7 years, many leaders in medicine have seen what the blogs saw first, we have too many bad measures, and
The ethics of performance measurement. For years I have argued that performance measurement has significant potential for unintended consequences. ... As I read the article, the implications of the ethical arguments stimulated my thoughts about
The ethics of performance measurement. For years I have argued that performance measurement has significant potential for unintended consequences. ... With respect to performance measurement, I have long argued that we need prospective randomized
The sad corruption of the performance measurement movement. This rant reflects conversations with experts, but it does not qualify as good reporting. ... Nonetheless I believe everything that I am typing. Too many decision makers in the performance
Over the past 8 years, this blog frequently raises concerns about performance measurement. ... The New England Journal of Medicine published (free access) this wonderful perspective online – Grading a Physician’s Value—The Misapplication of
Performance measurement and the new cholesterol guidelines. Physicians face a consistent great challenge. ... This story represents an example of just another hazard of performance measurement based on guidelines.
Performance measurement has become a buzzword in health care, even more so since the advent of health care reform. ... This article is the first in a series intended to keep ACP members informed of the changing performance measurement landscape.
Current activities in patient care: General internal medicine ambulatory practice. ACP activities: Performance Measurement Committee, 2015-present; Education and Publication Committee Chair, 2014-present; Awards Committee, 2014-present; Executive
Previous and current ACP activities: Board of Regents, 2006 to current; member Health and Public Policy Committee, 2008-present; Chair Performance Measurement Subcommittee, 2005 to 2007; co-chair Performance Measure Taskforce ... National Quality Forum
To this end, in a recent 42-page letter to CMS, the American College of Physicians called on CMS to “reimagine” performance measurement, starting with scrapping the measures currently used for ... Further, the College recommends that CMS consider the