Re: [openemr:discussion] Need someone who can help build an audit of the Standard Measures Report and CQM

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Don Lewis
2013-11-10
2013-12-18
  • Don Lewis

    Don Lewis - 2013-11-10

    Ok

    I will research


    On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 1:54 PM PST fsgl wrote:

    Very strange behavior indeed.

    The reports should be run for only one practitioner because attestation is per one practitioner.

    Perhaps with an overnight rest and reboot in the morning, maybe the strange behavior will go away after you play with Alerts again tomorrow. If your local machine remains recalcitrant, we may need to give a shoutout to Brady or Kevin.

    Question for you: where are the numbers for Smoking Cessation Intervention generated? I experimented with the Counseling part of Lifestyle in Issues to no avail. The correct number of smokers pop up as the denominator, what about the numerator? What did you do last year?

    If you don't get the correct numerator for Smoking Cessation, there is a PQRS code for Diabetic foot care and you will then have to use the work-around for the NQF 0056 Clinical Quality Measure.


    Need someone who can help build an audit of the Standard Measures Report and CQM


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    • Paul Williams

      Paul Williams - 2013-12-17

      On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 1:54 PM PST fsgl wrote:

      The reports should be run for only one practitioner because attestation >is per one practitioner.

      This is what a doctor is telling me, that the Reports/Client/Clinical (CQM?) report needs to be per provider. As of 4.1.2.4, I don't seem able to submit the report for a single provider. Does a filtering parameter need to be added to only gather data for a selected provider? Or, although more work, one could still process all providers in a single run by adding provider as the highest level sort, create a new pack of variables to hold provider totals, then cause the report to break on provider changes.

      Is there a "by provider" mod in the works?

       
      Last edit: Paul Williams 2013-12-17
  • fsgl

    fsgl - 2013-12-18

    When you go to Standard Measures, is the name of the physician in the drop down menu? After you select his name and click "Submit", then what happens?

    It is easier to figure out why a single provider report is not generated than to run the cumulative report and tease out the individual numbers.

    If your local machine has Windows, did you try to run the upgrade twice for the Issues apostrophe problem? The tie-in is that the upgrade is both for the database as well as for ACL which could affect this individual vs. cumulative situation.

     

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