Enrollment for the Common Scorecard is now open.

The Common Scorecard will show your quality performance alongside statewide goals, identify opportunities to close gaps in care, and help improve the health and lives of everyone in the State. Please watch the videos below, from left to right, to learn more about the Common Scorecard before enrolling.

Enroll in Common Scorecard

Benefits of Enrolling to View the Common Scorecard:

  • Shows you your performance across 26 quality and utilization measures.

  • Helps you identify gaps in quality of patient care.

  • Integrates your quality measure performance across payers on one scorecard.

  • Allows you to segment your quality performance by payer.

Common Scorecard Measurements

Quality of Care

Diabetes: HbA1c control 2

Reporting

Diabetes: Medical attention for nephropathy

Accountable

Medication adherence in diabetes

Accountable

Medication adherence in high blood pressure: RASA

Accountable

Adherence to statin therapy for individuals with cardiovascular disease

Accountable

Medication management for people with asthma

Accountable

High risk medications in the elderly

Accountable

Colorectal cancer screening

Accountable

Cervical cancer screening

Accountable

Breast cancer screening

Accountable

BMI assessment

Reporting

Screening and follow-up for clinical depression

Reporting

Avoidance of antibiotic treatment in adults with 13 acute bronchitis

Accountable

Appropriate treatment for children with URI

Accountable

Childhood immunization status 3

Accountable

Developmental screening in the first three years of life

Reporting

Fluoride varnish application for pediatric patients

Reporting

HPV vaccination for female adolescents

Accountable

Adolescent well-care visits

Accountable

Well child care: 0-15 months

Accountable

Well child care: 3-6 years

Accountable

Utilization

Follow-up within 7 days after hospital discharge 4

Reporting

Plan all-cause readmissions

Accountable

Inpatient utilization

Accountable

Emergency department utilization

Accountable

Total Cost of Care

Total cost of care per patient

Accountable

1 Accountable measures are being promoted by DCHI for alignment with payers’ outcomes-based payment programs. Reporting measures are currently intended to be for information only, though DCHI will continue to learn more about them to determine if they should be accountable measures in the future.

2 Modified HEDIS definition: HbA1c ≤ 9%.

3 Combination 10 is used.

4 Conditions included in this measure: CHF, COPD, pneumonia and ischemic vascular disease.