Event Title

UDS-HRSA Data Comparison for National, State, and Cherry Health

Location

Hager-Lubbers Exhibition Hall

Start Date

18-4-2017 3:30 PM

Description

PURPOSE: To identify trends and following the Uniform Data System (UDS) reporting requirements to receive federally awarded grants for the Cherry Health organization to improve and expand healthcare services for the underserved population. PROCEDURES: UDS is comprised of twelve tables and for this project, I worked on the 6B table (i.e. on the Clinical quality of care measures) to receive federally awarded grants. I collected data from the Health Resource Service Administration (HRSA) and measured the clinical quality measures. Furthermore, I compared the National, Michigan, and Cherry Health Data for the reporting period of 2015. To receive grants from the HRSA, the health center need to be a non-profit organization or community-based organization. OUTCOME: The Cherry Health center improved the cost-efficient care delivery compared to the national average while also increasing the quality of care and improved access to comprehensive services between 2013 and 2014.The health center increased access to the total number of patients receiving the comprehensive services between 2013 and 2014(57,915 patients in 2013 and 61,637 patients in 2014). Cherry Health has demonstrated improvements in one or more clinical measures. There are the 16 clinical quality measures: There are few clinical measures below the state or national level and few clinical quality measures above the state or national level. For example, access to parental care in cherry health in 2014 is 70.8% and in National, it is 72.2%, so Cherry Health is below 1.4 % of the nation. IMPACT: Following the UDS reporting systems, the Cherry Health organization received $161,117 from HRSA for the clinical quality improvers, Access Enhancers and for the high-value health center.

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Apr 18th, 3:30 PM

UDS-HRSA Data Comparison for National, State, and Cherry Health

Hager-Lubbers Exhibition Hall

PURPOSE: To identify trends and following the Uniform Data System (UDS) reporting requirements to receive federally awarded grants for the Cherry Health organization to improve and expand healthcare services for the underserved population. PROCEDURES: UDS is comprised of twelve tables and for this project, I worked on the 6B table (i.e. on the Clinical quality of care measures) to receive federally awarded grants. I collected data from the Health Resource Service Administration (HRSA) and measured the clinical quality measures. Furthermore, I compared the National, Michigan, and Cherry Health Data for the reporting period of 2015. To receive grants from the HRSA, the health center need to be a non-profit organization or community-based organization. OUTCOME: The Cherry Health center improved the cost-efficient care delivery compared to the national average while also increasing the quality of care and improved access to comprehensive services between 2013 and 2014.The health center increased access to the total number of patients receiving the comprehensive services between 2013 and 2014(57,915 patients in 2013 and 61,637 patients in 2014). Cherry Health has demonstrated improvements in one or more clinical measures. There are the 16 clinical quality measures: There are few clinical measures below the state or national level and few clinical quality measures above the state or national level. For example, access to parental care in cherry health in 2014 is 70.8% and in National, it is 72.2%, so Cherry Health is below 1.4 % of the nation. IMPACT: Following the UDS reporting systems, the Cherry Health organization received $161,117 from HRSA for the clinical quality improvers, Access Enhancers and for the high-value health center.