Digital Quality Summit 2017

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The Digital Quality Summit organized by NCQA and HL7 on November 1 and 2, brought together key players in the field of information technologies and presented emerging technology standards for quality reports. Summit participants addressed topics such as interoperability of health data, clinical quality language (CQL) and clinical decision support (CDS), and showed how these technologies are changing the way in which quality is evaluated. ]

Here is a list of the individual and collective presentations of the conference:


Opening Plenary Session

Reimagining how quality measures are important in a digital world

Data quality, quality measurement and quality care

Towards improving the health of the population

Progress report of the working group on

What is the future

City Hall – Go ahead with measurement of digital quality

Quality Measurement 2.0: Patient-Centered Clinical Quality Measures

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Michael Braaten

Michael Braaten is the video and communications specialist at NCQA and has been working for the organization since 2016.


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