MPact Health ensures a high-performing physician network by actively evaluating and modifying practice behaviors. By leveraging quality metrics across our network of physicians and specialties, we are committed to delivering optimal patient care and utilization resulting in greater value for every healthcare dollar spent.

Kaitlyn Crosby, PhD, recently completed her dissertation focusing on how the formation of MPact Health as a CIN improved the quality of care delivered by the physicians within the network. View the video below as she explains her dissertation.

MPact's physician-led quality improvement (QI) program is overseen by the QI Committee which consists of Physician Leaders, Chief Quality Officers and VP/Directors of Quality and Analytics from each of the Member organizations. This committee is focused on clinical outcome measures for over 30 specialties to help drive and manage improvement activities. The metrics below are some of the measurements we actively monitor at the network, chapter and physician levels.

Clinic-based Quality Measures

Influenza Immunization (ACO 14)

BMI Screening – Adult (ACO 16)

Hemoglobin A1c with Poor Control (>9) (ACO 27)

Blood Pressure Control in Pts with HTN (ACO 28)

Chronic Disease Cohort Adults with visit in last 12 months

Cervical Cancer Screening

Childhood Immunization Status

Depression Screening

Hospital-based Quality Measures

Readmission rate in 7 days with same diagnosis

Readmission rate in 30 days with same diagnosis

Readmission rate in 30 days with any diagnosis

ED visits within 7 days of surgical discharge

Surgical-related readmissions

Avoidable ED visits

AMI diagnosis – received aspirin within 90 minutes of arrival

CABG operative mortality