Toolkit: Building The Framework For IDD Quality Measures
The report ‘Building The Framework For IDD Quality Measurement’ provides a roadmap for the key measures which would support people with IDD to receive high quality services and supports. It serves as one of many steps towards quality value-based services for people with IDD.
An informational/promotional toolkit has been produced to highlight the importance and benefits of this report. You can use it to share information about the symposium findings, research, analysis, and potential next steps for the field. Below you can download the various materials included in the toolkit.
Building The Framework For IDD Quality Measurement
This report establishes an understanding of value-based quality measures for people with IDD to ensure that as the industry moves to managed care, the quality metrics utilized are meaningful to people with IDD. It is a summary of findings from a 2018 symposium, combined with data analysis of 28 service agencies supporting 3,000 people.
This document shares a summary description of the symposium, an overview of the resulting report, some findings, and general conclusions. You can use these in your communications about the report with others.
A one-page infograph has been produced to provide a snapshot look at some of the report’s findings. It can be helpful in providing a simple, visual representation of the impact of social determinants of health on people receiving supports.
You can integrate these slides into an existing presentation to share how social determinants of health affect quality of life and quality of services.
Social Media Images
There are graphics linked below with report findings, that can be shared on your social media accounts. Please include the link: www.c-q-l.org/MMCreport and tag CQL in your post by typing in ‘@TheCQL’ on Facebook and Twitter.
- Behavioral Issues: Employee Treatment
- Behavioral Issues: Staff Development
- Behavioral Issues: Respect
- Hospitalizations: Emergency Plans
- Hospitalizations: Respect
- Injury Rates: Dignity & Respect
- Medication Errors: Consistent Treatment