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Interpreting Medical Home Results (Reports Tab) 2017

Version 14.19

There are four tabs on top:  Reports, PCMH Custom, Database Administration, and CMS QDE.  When opening the QIC Module it defaults to the Reports tab.

The results will be displayed differently in each of the three additional tabs as highlighted with the red arrow:  Results Grid, Results Chart, Patient List/Description.


Results Grid:

Each measure is listed vertically with a corresponding numerator and denominator.  Please refer to the NQF website (www.qualityforum.org) for complete details on the NQF Measure Name.    The column labeled 'Min %' represents the minimum threshold defined by NCQA in the 2017 PCMH Standards.  The last column labeled 'Perf %' represents your actual performance during the reporting period selected as a percentage.

Green: Meets minimum threshold.


Red: Does not meet minimum threshold.

Results Chart:

By clicking on the Results Chart tab you can view a graphical representation. 

Each of the measures from this standard in the report bundle are displayed in a bar graph format as a percentage.  The small yellow triangle represents the minimum threshold as defined by the accrediting organization.

Patient List/Description:

From the Results Grid, click on the measure you would like to drill down on, then click on the Patient/List Description tab.


A description box will appear.  It will describe the numerator and denominator with which the calculation is made.  It will also reference the data points within Office Practicum that drives the calculation.


Below the description there is a performance status area where you can drill down and show the patients who have met and not met the measure. There will be some measures that are not based on individual patients and for these measures you will not have list of patients.


Version 14.10

There are four tabs on top:  Reports, PCMH Custom, Database Administration, and CMS QDE.  When opening the QIC Module it defaults to the Reports tab.

The results will be displayed differently in each of the three additional tabs as highlighted with the red arrow:  Results Grid, Results Chart, Patient List/Description.


Results Grid:

Each measure is listed vertically with a corresponding numerator and denominator.  Please refer to the NQF website (www.qualityforum.org) for complete details on the NQF Measure Name.    The column labeled 'Min %' represents the minimum threshold defined by NCQA in the 2017 PCMH Standards.  The last column labeled 'Perf %' represents your actual performance during the reporting period selected as a percentage.

Green: Meets minimum threshold.


Red: Does not meet minimum threshold.

Results Chart:

By clicking on the Results Chart tab you can view a graphical representation. 

Each of the measures from this standard in the report bundle are displayed in a bar graph format as a percentage.  The small yellow triangle represents the minimum threshold as defined by the accrediting organization.

Patient List/Description:

From the Results Grid, click on the measure you would like to drill down on, then click on the Patient/List Description tab.


A description box will appear.  It will describe the numerator and denominator with which the calculation is made.  It will also reference the data points within Office Practicum that drives the calculation.


Below the description there is a performance status area where you can drill down and show the patients who have met and not met the measure. There will be some measures that are not based on individual patients and for these measures you will not have list of patients.