McKnights Long-Term Care has published an article, "New Quality-Improvement Project Focuses on Measuring What Matters to Patients," about the recently announced National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) demonstration. 

NCQA's Person-Driven Outcome Measures project, supported by The John A. Hartford Foundation and The SCAN Foundation, "aims to measure quality of care by evaluating how well healthcare organizations help individuals achieve results that matters to them. The idea is to reward patients for hitting personal goals as part of a larger shift to person-centered care."

"The National Committee for Quality Assurance hopes to address such critical questions about motivation among medically complex patients, including the elderly, in a three-year demo with 800 participants."

To read the article, click here.
To learn more about the Person-Driven Outcome Measures project, click here.