The Digital Quality Summit, hosted by NCQA and HL7 on November 1-2 brought together key players in the health IT field and demonstrated emerging technology standards for quality reporting. The Summit participants discussed topics such as, health data interoperability Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) standard, Clinical Quality Language (CQL), and clinical decision support (CDS) and demonstrated how these technologies are changing the way quality is assessed.
Presented here is a playlist of the conference’s individual and group presentations:
Reimagining How Quality Measures Matter in a Digital World
Data Quality, Quality Measurement & Value Based Care
Advancing to Population Health Improvement
Work Group Progress Report Out
What is Next
Town Hall – Moving Forward with Digital Quality Measurement
Quality Measurement 2.0: Patient-Centric Clinical Quality Measures
Michael Braaten worked in NCQA external relations from 2016-2020.