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NASMHPD SUMMIT April,2005. Mary Cesare-Murphy, Ph.D. Executive Director Behavioral Health Accreditation Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Project Update: Identifying Hospital Based Inpatient Psy. Services Core Measures . 2005- JCAHO. JCAHO Activities To Date.
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NASMHPD SUMMITApril,2005Mary Cesare-Murphy, Ph.D.Executive Director Behavioral Health AccreditationJoint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare OrganizationsProject Update: Identifying Hospital Based Inpatient Psy. Services Core Measures 2005- JCAHOJCAHO Activities To Date
  • Collaboration with National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems (NAPHS), National Association of State Mental health Program Directors (NASMHPD) and The NASMHPD Research Institute, Inc. (NRI)
  • Initial stakeholder meeting early 2004 to identify potential domains for measure set
  • Appointment of HBIPS Expert Panel in March 2005
  • First Panel meeting May 2005 to establish a measurement framework and potential candidate evidence- based measures
  • 2005 - JCAHOCore Measures(Definition)
  • Standardized sets of performance measures (usually disease, condition-specific or setting)
  • Precisely defined specifications
  • Can be uniformly embedded/adopted in extant systems
  • Standardized data collection protocols
  • Meet established evaluation criteria
  • 2005 - JCAHOCore Measure SetDefinition
  • A unique grouping of performance measures carefully selected to provide, when viewed together, a robust picture of the care provided in HBIPS care.
  • 2005- JCAHO Measure IdentificationProcess
  • Advisory panels establish measurement framework and potential candidate evidence- based measures
  • Identify/ Call for measures
  • Stakeholder engagement/ Public comment period
  • Advisory panels select measures that meet established evaluation criteria
  • 2005 - JCAHOHospital- Based, Inpatient Psychiatric Services (HBIPS) Core Measure ActivitiesJuly 2006Implementation Test SetMay 2005First HBIPSMeetingAugust 2005Second HBIPS MeetingMarch 2004StakeholderMeetingMay 2005Call for MeasuresSept/Oct 2005Public Comment2005 - JCAHO= Completed Activities= In Process / PlannedHBIPS Core Measure Vision
  • Identification and specification of an initial set of standardized HBIPS core measures from existing evidence based measures
  • Overtime identify future measurement needs and core measures that meet those needs
  • Add to existing set
  • Additional measure sets
  • 2005 - JCAHOYour help is needed on theHBIPS measurement journey
  • Aware of existing measures in draft framework
  • E-mail: cmilton@jcaho.org
  • Call:
  • Celeste Milton
  • (630) 792-59252005 - JCAHOServices that Support Recovery and Resilience
  • CAMBHC 2006-2007
  • Care Coordination
  • Employment Services
  • Community Integration
  • Peer Supports
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Family Supports
  • Joint Commission International Center for Patient SafetyFuture CastingTrends and debates that may shape the relationship between Joint Commission and state psychiatric hospitalsTrends and Debates
  • Recovery
  • Cultural Competency
  • Disease Specific Certification
  • Pay for Performance
  • Trends and Debates
  • National Patient Safety Goals
  • Corrections patients in mental health settings
  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Organizations Mary Cesare-Murphy, Ph.D.Executive Director Behavioral Health Accreditationmcesaremurphy@jcaho.org630/792-5790mcesaremurphy@jcaho.org
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