Oregons Measuring Success Committee December 6, 2017 Elena
Oregons Measuring Success Committee December 6, 2017 Elena Rivera Update: Kindergarten Readiness Metric Technical Workgroup
Vision Every child in Oregon arrives at school ready to learn. All sectors - health, education, human services, and beyond collectively support children, parents, caregivers, and communities to achieve kindergarten readiness. Kindergarten Readiness Early Childhood
Prenatal Preconception Kindergarten readiness is shaped by a myriad of experiences, environments and supports beginning before birth through school
entry. Long-term Goal Shared accountability for kindergarten readiness across sectors Where we are now: Defining the health systems role in achieving kindergarten readiness for Oregons children Opportunity Adopt a health system accountability measure that:
Drives health system behavior change, quality improvement, and investments that meaningfully contribute to improved kindergarten readiness Catalyzes cross-sector collective action necessary for achieving kindergarten readiness KR Technical Workgroup Childrens Institute will convene the workgroup
Support provided by OHAs Health Analytics Team Sponsored by the Metrics & Scoring Committee Approved by the Health Plan Quality Metrics Committee Update regarding scope, work plan, roster and deliverables will be presented to HPQMC on January Work Plan Planning
Phase Recruitmen t Workgroup Convening Deliverable s Planning Phase
Planning Phase Recruitmen t Workgroup Convening Deliverable s
Planning Phase (underway) Stakeholder interviews National and Oregon scan of KR definition and domains Focus groups with parents, caregivers Preparation by CI staff and consultant Foundational Elements KR definition and domains, community/consumer
perspective, clear scope and work plan Recruitment Planning Phase Recruitmen t Workgrou p
Convening Deliverable Recruitment (late November) Based on applications & brief phone interviews Fulfill desired expertise and representation Motivated to participate in an innovative and transformative opportunity
Proposed roster to be developed by CI in coordination with Oregon Health Authority Review by committee chairpersons (M&S, HPQMC) Roster finalized by January 2018 Recruitment (late November) Expected workgroup roster:
Expertise in health care quality measurement Health care providers Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) representatives Individuals representing insurers or large employers Hospital representatives Health care consumer representatives Individuals with expertise in early learning and school readiness Individuals representing the K-12 education sector Convening
Planning Phase Recruitmen t Workgrou p Convening Deliverable
Convening (February 2018) Monthly meetings Support team: Expert consultants (policy, quality measurement, facilitation) CI staff support OHA Health Analytics team support Advisory roles
Interim updates as desired Report to M&S Committee by September 2018 Deliverables Health system accountability measure that: Drives health system behavior change, quality improvement and investments that meaningfully contribute to improved kindergarten readiness Catalyzes cross-sector collective action necessary for achieving kindergarten readiness Other potential recommendations to drive cross-sector collective action that achieves KR
E.g., further measure development, data sharing, dashboard Input and Questions Welcome Contact Information Elena Rivera Health Policy and Program Advisor, Childrens Institute [email protected] Office: 503.219.9034
Kindergarten Readiness Metric Technical Workgroup webpage: Workgroup http://www.oregon.gov/oha/HPA/ANALYTICS/Pages/KR-Health.aspx Sara Kleinschmit Policy Advisory, Oregon Health Authority Health Policy and Analytics Division Office of Health Analytics [email protected] Desk: 971.673.3364 Cell: 971.304.9229
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