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Health Care Management Taxonomy

Health Care Management Taxonomy

Level 4: Benchmarking

Aim: Comparing outcomes for

services and trusts against nationally

derived benchmarkdata to refefocus.

Application: Assessing the effectiveness

of services nationally.

Requirements for Level 4

  • Development of normative data of sufficient quality,

hisstory, and breadth (to include contextual data) on

non-treatment factors influencing outcomes

Developing expert peer groups to pool expertise

interpreting OM data

Requirements for Level 3

  • Contextual data to include type of intervention and diagnosis
  • Rapid feedback of data to inform interventions within a course of treatment
  • Interpreting OM reports to devise appropriate enhancements in practice & service delivery

Requirements for Level 2

  • Quality checks on data including review of data by those providing rating
  • Production of timely and accessible reports
  • Ability to aggregate data across the trusts

Immediate

Benefits

Cumulative

Gains

Level 1: Measurement

Aim: Collecting OM data and achieving good completion rates form targeted population

Application: Provides tool for comparing indvidual patient and clincian and clincian perceptions about treatment outcomes

Level 2: Monitoring Data

Aim: Profiling services and assessing needs at trust level

Application: enables comparisons of needs across teams within a trust

Level 3: Service & Treatment Management

Aim: Using OM data to inform provision of services and assess

treatment of patients within a trust

Application: Assessing of treatments and services

within a trust

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publish time: 2021-03-12
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This taxonomy talks about the health care management, which contains 5 levels, and the final objective is immediate benefits. First, collect OM data and achieving good completion rates form targeted population, and provides tool for comparing indvidual patient and clincian and clincian perceptions about treatment outcomes. Then,. monitor the data, which helps to assess the needs at trust level. Try to learn more about this taxonomy, just click this diagram, or use it immediately.

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