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Hospital Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR)

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The Hospital Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR) Program is a pay-for-reporting program, meaning hospitals must submit quality reporting data in order to receive their full annual payment update. Access these helpful tools to assist your performance in the OQR Program.

Documentation and Data Collection Resources

Teaming Up and Cleaning Up...for Accurate Data Reporting The Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) has designed an Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR) program kit for you in response to common data-abstraction obstacles shared by hospitals nationally. HSAG is excited to provide you with these...

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ED Throughput Improvement Strategies Library

Looking to decrease time in the ED? Find a visual depiction of the throughput process with links to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Innovations that guide you through each step of ED patient touchpoints.

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Hospital OQR Outreach and Education Support Program

Find information about the Hospital OQR Program, such as reference materials, educational presentations, timelines, and more at the Quality Reporting Center.

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Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR) Resource

Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) is here to assist hospitals in their quality improvement efforts, detailed in the OQR Resource (PDF)—all at no cost.

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Questions About Reporting Hospital Quality Measures? Who Ya Gonna Call?

Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) has created this downloadable, one-page resource—Questions About Reporting Hospital Quality Measures? Who Ya Gonna Call?—containing guidance on who to contact regarding the reporting of hospital quality measures.

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The Need to Address ED Crowding Tutorials

Improving patient flow in the Emergency Department (ED) is a focus for many hospitals. In this video series, Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) will impart the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) "Improving Patient Flow and Reducing Emergency Department Crowding: A Guide for...

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Web Resource—OP–22–Left Without Being Seen

Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) has developed the Web-Based Measure:Left Without Being Seen (PDF) slide deck, complete with access to the slide notes.

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