Propose your plan to test DQA measures
The Dental Quality Alliance is soliciting proposals to test the feasibility, reliability and validity of two e-measures in dentistry.
The DQA wants to study care continuity and sealant use. Through these proposals, the DQA aims to establish a sustainable cost-effective process for e-measure validation and identify existing resources that can be used to validate additional measures in the future. E-measures are based on data from an electronic health record.
For more information and to view the request for proposal, visit here.
Investigators who are interested in applying should email a letter of interest to Dr. Krishna Aravamudhan, senior manager for the Office of Quality Assessment and Improvement at the ADA, at email@example.com. The letter is optional but encouraged so the DQA can effectively plan the review process. All proposals must be submitted by June 30.
The DQA, formed in 2008 through a request from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, is comprised of multiple stakeholders from across the oral health community who are committed to development of consensus-based quality measures.
For more information on the DQA, visit ADA.org.