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Clinical Quality Framework- Motive Medical Intelligence

This quality measure, Ischemic Vascular Disease (IVD): Use of Aspirin or Another Antithrombotic (PQRS Measure #204/NQF 0068) was piloted in the Heath eDecisions (HeD) Initiative of the S&I Framework. This initial work demonstrated that an event-condition-action (ECA) rule could be represented in a standards-based format, consumed by a third-party EHR platform, and executed successfully against test patient data. 

The Clinical Quality Framework (CQF) pilot of the Ischemic Vascular Disease (IVD): Use of Aspirin or Another Anti-thrombotic quality measure was a natural extension to the HeD Initiative work and further demonstrated the
effectiveness, portability, and utility of CDS artifacts represented in a standardized format. 

Motive’s primary goal is to support the development of a national standard for sharable, executable CDS artifacts and quality measures. This community effort and experience is critical to achieving outcomes-driven health care
and providing clinicians with the tools they need to deliver high-quality care.
In this pilot, Motive will demonstrate that a shareable ECA rule can be created, deployed, and executed in at least one third-party clinical system, such as an electronic health record (EHR), or by a cloud-based CDS service, using
the CQF standard for artifact representation. 
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Project Tags
  • CDS
  • CQF
  • ECA
  • EHR
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