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Is Your Lineup Ready for Quality Reporting? Your Patient is the MVP

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Jun 7, 2018 9:00:00 AM

MVP button on a man's shirt, indicating that the patient if the MVP: Most Valuable Patient.

One of the most grueling aspects of Major League Baseball is the long, long season: 162 regular-season games and potentially 20 more for teams that make it to the postseason. The players that shine the brightest of all the stars are culled to select a Most Valuable Player award.

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Topics: quality reporting, core measures abstraction, registry abstraction, patient experience, MIPS quality reporting, The Year of the Patient, healthcare data abstraction

Is Your Lineup Ready for Quality Reporting? The New Frontier of Healthcare

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on May 31, 2018 9:41:00 AM

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If you make a quick list of the most historic moments in baseball history, we’ll probably see a lot of variation, though some will stand out: No. 1, Jackie Robinson breaks the color barrier, 1947; No. 2, the Red Sox sell Babe Ruth to the Yankees, 1920; No. 3, Hank Aaron’s 715th home run, 1974; and No. 4, Lou Gehrig’s “luckiest man on the face of the Earth” speech, 1939. (With thanks to The Top 200 Moments That Shaped MLB’s History, with only one minor tweak.)

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Topics: quality reporting, value-based care, healthcare data abstraction

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