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UCSF CER - Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies (Symposium 2013)

UCSF CER - Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies (Symposium 2013), Claire Brindis

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UCSF CER - Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies (Symposium 2013)

  1. 1. Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy StudiesUniversity of CaliforniaSan FranciscoAdvisory Board Background M aterials January 2012
  2. 2. PRL-IHPS Areas of Healthcare System Research - Health Insurance, Managed Care - Healthcare Workforce, Leadership - Economics & Cost - Outcomes, Quality & Measurement Population Health Clinical & Determinants Practice - Disparities - Decision-making - Public Health, - Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Environment - Medical Evidence - Primary Care, Access - Technology Evaluation - Substance Use, Tobacco Control2 2
  3. 3. The California Medicaid Research Institute (CaMRI)• CaMRI is committed to helping state and federal lawmakers, providers, health plans, and other stakeholders make policies and decisions based on sound research and objective analysis.• Multi-campus collaborative within all 10 UC campuses CaMRI’s• Investigators conduct research and evaluations on behalf of California’s Medicaid program, private foundations and federal entities.• CaMRI was established by the UC Office of the President in 2006 and is based out of UC San Francisco: PI: Dr. Andrew Bindman
  4. 4. California Hospital Assessment and Reporting Task Force (CHART)• Established in 2004 to develop a statewide hospital performance reporting system using a multi-stakeholder collaborative process• Multi-stakeholder Board of Directors consisting of representatives of consumers, purchasers, health plans, hospitals, physicians, nurses, and regulators.• CHART activities have included: – Select key aspects of hospital performance to measure and report – Achieve consensus about a uniform, scientifically valid measures – Collect and aggregate data – Confirming validity – Help hospitals benchmark data for quality improvement efforts – Reports to individual California hospitals to consumers, purchasers, and health plans.• Funding: Support from over 200 California hospitals, the California Health Care Foundation, and every California health plan with at least 3% market share. PI: R. Adams Dudley