Care Coordination Quality Measures Panel

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The American Nurses Association (ANA) convened a professional issues panel focused on the development of a framework that reflects the contributions of registered nurses in care coordination quality measures. The Steering and Advisory Committee will complete their work in September 2013.

Both Committees include nurses with experience and interest in:

  • Quality measurement experience at the regional or national level.
  • Experience with internal, system-wide quality measure development, implementation and evaluation.
  • Current practice experience in care coordination, including transitional care across care settings.
  • Experience in educating nurses in coordinating care.
  • Expertise in implementing and using data from electronic health records in acute, post-acute, or ambulatory care settings.
  • Experience in evaluating care coordination programs outcomes (e.g., research).
  • Patient/Caregiver experience of care with care coordination

Thank you to all who applied.

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