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Pediatric Primary Care

Quality Measures

These measures are specific to Pediatric Primary Care. Click here for the comprehensive list of quality measures for all focus clinics.

Measure

Population

Description

Frequency

Focus Clinic(s)

Status

Infant Immunizations (Combo 10)

M/F: By age 2

Combo 10*

Appropriate counts by vaccine*

Pediatric Primary Care

ACTIVE

Influenza Immunization

M/F: >6 mo.

Receive Influenza Immunization

Annual

Pediatric Primary Care, Adult Primary Care, Women's Health

ACTIVE

Pediatric Upper Respiratory Infection

M/F: 3 mo-18 years

Pts did not receive antibiotic for URI diagnosis

Within 3 days of diagnosis

Pediatric Primary Care

MONITORING

Well Child Checkup for 0-15 months old

M/F: 0-15 mo

Well Care Visits

6 visits at least 14 days apart

Pediatric Primary Care

ACTIVE

Well Child Checkup for 3-6 year olds

M/F: 3-6 years

Well Care Visit

Annual

Pediatric Primary Care

ACTIVE

Well Child Checkup for 12-21 year olds

M/F: 12-21 yrs

Well Care Visit

Annual

Pediatric Primary Care

ACTIVE

*Combo 10: 4 DTaP, 3 IPV, 1 MMR, 3 HiB, 3 Hep B, 1 VZV, 4 PCV, 1 HepA, 3 RV, 2 Flu

Contact Information

Quality Safety Advisor

Clinical Champion

Kelly Moore

Kelly Moore
kelly.moore@vumc.org

 

Barron Patterson

Barron Patterson, MD
barron.patterson@vumc.org

Quality Measure Status Definitions

Active: Refers to quality measures that directly impact 2018 pillar and/or departmental goals; these measures are tracked and reported
 

Monitoring: Refers to quality measures that continue to be monitored for performance; these measures do not necessarily impact pillar and/or departmental goals
 

Developmental: Refers to new measures that are not yet tied to pillar or departmental goals; these measures are intended to advance into an active status and help to provide more proactive, preventative care