Measuring and Integrating Personal Preferences in Advanced Illness Care
Next week the National Quality Forum (NQF) will be hosting a Virtual Forum featuring among others Traci Padgett, the Executive Vice President of Standards, Quality and Technology at CHAP, to discuss how measures can serve as a practical tool to improve person-centered care delivery across various healthcare settings.
This event, which will take place Wednesday, March 15th from 1 – 2:30 P.M. E.S.T., will follow Hazel, a 63-year-old woman diagnosed with advanced lung cancer, as she transitions through the healthcare system, from inpatient and post-acute care to palliative and hospice care. During her journey, attendees will see how quality measures can address issues that are important to Hazel’s quality of life and support the delivery of care that reflects her personal preferences, values, and goals.
For more information or to register, visit the NQF Website.