The AQA Alliance adopted 31 new quality measures for practitioners in 25 surgical and medical specialties, including rheumatology, clinical endocrinology, neurology and ophthalmology. The AQA, formerly known as the Ambulatory Care Quality Alliance, is a broad-based coalition of 150 organizations collaborating on strategies to measure and improve physician practice. The alliance previously has adopted national quality measures for primary care, cardiology and cardiac surgery. The measures have been reviewed by the National Quality Forum.
Ambulatory quality measures get OK
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