CAHPS


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CAHPS

Abbreviation for:
Consumer Assessment of Health Plan Study, see there

Consumer Assessment of Health Plans Survey

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CAHPS

A questionnaire used by American health care quality assurance agencies to evaluate customer satisfaction with health care. The survey monitors satisfaction with the accessibility, clarity, and timeliness of provided care.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-November 25, 2015-Press Ganey Holdings awarded CMS approval to administer the 2016 Outpatient and Ambulatory Surgery Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (OAS CAHPS) Survey
"Development of the CAHPS Cancer Care Survey" [accessed on May 12, 2017].
Most articles (23 of 28) used a CAHPS survey (eight using Hospital CAHPS (HCAHPS); seven Medicare CAHPS; three Health Plan CAHPS; two Clinician & Group CAHPS; and three using only the CAHPS communication scale), while three used other patient experience measures and two measured patient satisfaction.
Care experience assessments were adapted from CAHPS and Picker Institute questionnaires (Malin et al.
The Medicare Plan Finder website (https://www.medicare.gov/find-a-plan/questions/home.aspx) reports CAHPS scores to inform beneficiaries choosing among MA plans (Reid et al.
The CAHPS Survey for ACOs is a useful tool in supporting the efforts of ACOs to deliver coordinated and high-quality patient care.”
Data for this study came from the 2010 Medicare CAHPS survey, to which 251,346 MA beneficiaries and 157,315 FFS beneficiaries responded.
We consider three different types of within-plan correlations of CAHPS and HEDIS disparities in this paper: (1) across measures within a given domain (CAHPS or HEDIS), (2) across measures of different domains, and (3) across racial/ethnic groups (Figure 1).
Tenders are invited for Survey Of Commercially Insured Health Plan Members: Cahps? 5.0H Adult Questionnaire
Winners are ranked by an analysis of publicly available performance measures in quality outcomes, process measure implementation, patient experience (Home Health CAHPS), quality improvement, and financial performance.
We also tested whether the other CAHPS [R] variables in Table 5 that were at least moderately related to voluntary disenrollment rates added significantly to the prediction of voluntary disenrollment rates.
The tool was based on CMSs new Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) for LTSS and on measures used by top agencies across the country.