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Pace and Performance Measures

Primary Driver 1: Promoting Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes

Secondary Drivers: Pace and Performance results and progress are listed below.

Secondary Driver 1:
Engaging local and state health, government, and community stakeholders to produce a population health plan
Expected Targets Cumulative Achieved to 10/31/2019 Status as of 10/31/2019
  • This secondary driver consists of two Pace Measures.
  • There have been 20 multi-stakeholder council meetings which falls short of the target of 36.
  • There have been 58 external stakeholder engagements since the beginning of CT SIM which far exceeds the expected target of 30.
  • Number of multi-stakeholder council meetings held 36 20
    Number of external stakeholder engagements (including agency discussions, in and out of state interviews, community forums) 30 58
    Secondary Driver 2:
    Identifying reliable and valid measures of community health improvement
    Expected Targets Cumulative Achieved to 10/31/2019 Status as of 10/31/2019
  • All three of the Pace Measures met their targets.
  • The Performance Measure, number of community health measures incorporated into the quality scorecard, has not met the target.
  • Number of measures reviewed 35 70
    Number of different socioeconomic status factors considered in measure recommendation process 10 10
    Number of community health measured recommended by council 5 5
    Number of community health measures incoporated into quality scorecards (per payer) 1.5 0
    Secondary Driver 3:
    Designing health enhancement communities (HECs) model that includes financial incentive strategy to reward communities for health improvement
    Expected Targets Cumulative Achieved to 10/31/2019 Status as of 10/31/2019
    • OHS and SIM partners assessed 12 accountable community models surpassing the expected target of 10.
    Number of accountable community models assessed 10 12
    Secondary Driver 4:
    Designing and implementing prevention service initiatives
    Expected Targets Cumulative Achieved to 10/31/2019 Status as of 10/31/2019
  • When designing and implementing prevention services initiatives, OHS and SIM partners met or exceeded the targets for the number of prevention models assessed and the number of regions and organizations considered.
  • Performance Measures: Community-based organizations (CBOs) and Advanced Networks (ANs) receiving technical assistance did not meet their expected targets.
  • The number of formal linkages established between CBOs and ANs did not meet their targets.
  • Number of prevention models assessed 5 5
    Number of regions and organizations considered 5 43
    Number of community-based organizations receiving technical assistance 13.75 6
    Number of Advanced Networks receiving technical assistance 10 6
    Number of Formal Linkages established between community-based organizations and Advanced Networks 8.75 6