The Importance of Accurate Data!

We look at the upcoming NCQA’s Digital Quality Summit
 – Using technology to increase quality reporting and reduce the burden of data collection

WASHINGTON, DC— The Digital Quality Summit comprises highly interactive working sessions within three tracks. Attendees will work in teams to solve data challenges using specific quality measures as a use case to demonstrate successful interoperability solutions. Participants will understand how information technology can be used to increase the efficiency of quality reporting and reduce the burden of data collection. In addition, they will engage in hands-on demonstrations for efficiently extracting data for quality reporting.

WHAT: This is not the typical conference of presentations and PowerPoint slides: This is a summit. Plan for interactive work sessions, networking with peers and hands-on demonstrations. Teams will work with specific quality measures to solve data challenges and demonstrate solutions. Attendees will learn how IT can increase the efficiency of quality reporting and reduce the burden of data collection.

WHO:
The Summit convenes quality improvement stakeholders including senior decision makers, measure development experts, clinicians, government agencies, public health officials, data intermediaries, vendors, and payers to advance measure interoperability solutions.

WHEN:
November 1 and 2, 2017. Click here for schedule.

WHERE:
Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20008

REGISTER:
Email Ben Hamlin for Media Registration: Hamlin@ncqa.org. Ben is also the Point of Contact during the Summit, please email him directly or call his cell: 240-423-9126 with any questions.

Author: umnitso

Managing Editor at ProfoMedia, and Senior Partner at The CRT Partnership, a a leading specialist in brokering international alliances and partnerships; a published author in own right - as well as accredited media for major trade associations, including HIMSS, Vitalis, and others.

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