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Performance MeasurePriority AreaTitleAgencyWhoForum DateStatusDue Date
1.1 - Percent Washingtonians without Health InsuranceHealth CareNo actions associated with this measure 1.1OFMOFMCompleted
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareExpand coverage to all children in families with incomes up to 250% FPLDSHSManning Pellanda2008-10-08Completed7/22/2007
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareExpand coverage to all children in families with incomes up to 300% of the FPLDSHSManning Pellanda2008-09-19Completed1/1/2009
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareAuto-enroll 7,500 childrenDSHSManning Pellanda2008-09-19Completed7/22/2007
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareIncrease pediatric provider services rates by 48% to promote medical homeDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2008-09-19Completed1/1/2008
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareRevise income eligibility rule to ensure income is below the required level, but not require exact wage documentation in the month of application. DSHSManning Pellanda2008-09-19Completed1/1/2008
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareImplement four pilot projects to increase medical assistance application renewal ratesDSHSManning Pellanda2008-09-19Completed1/1/2008
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareRequest legislation permitting electronic signatures for DSHS online medical program applicationsDSHSManning Pellanda2008-09-19Completed9/26/2008
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareSend application flyers to children denied coverage due to incomeDSHSManning Pellanda2008-09-19Completed7/1/2007
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareEstablish outreach contracts with local health jurisdictions (LHJs) and community-based organizations (CBOs) DSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2008-09-19Completed10/2/2007
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareContinue providing the lists of children receiving other public benefits and begin a new round of infrastructure grants to LHJs/CBOsDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad/Manning Pellanda2008-09-19Completed10/1/2008
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareSend information and applications to school district nutritionistsDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2008-09-19Completed9/5/2007
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareExternal stakeholder advisory group established and meets quarterly to develop outreach strategiesDSHSPreston Cody, Manning Pellanda & Roger Gantz2011-04-06In Progress
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareContract with PRR, a private marketing firm, for marketing assistance.DSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2008-09-19Completed10/1/2007
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareFull implementation of "application agent" modelDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad, Manning Pellanda, Roger Gantz2008-09-19Completed12/31/2009
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CarePilot project "application agent" with existing LHJ/CBO contractorsDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad, Manning Pellanda, Roger Gantz2008-09-19Deferred11/15/2008
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareName the outreach media campaign DSHSJim Stevenson2008-09-19Completed5/31/2008
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareLaunched "Apple Health for Kids" media campaignDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2008-09-19Completed7/31/2008
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareObtain Title XXI (SCHIP) State Plan Amendment approval from CMS to cover children in families with incomes up to 300% FPL, effective 1/1/2009DSHSRoger Gantz2009-04-15Completed3/1/2009
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareImplement full-cost, buy-in health coverage program for children in families above 300% FPLDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2010-11-15In Progress7/1/2010
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareObtain Title XXI (SCHIP) state plan amendment approval to use certain allocated funds for outreach activities, effective 1/1/2009DSHSRoger Gantz2009-04-15Completed1/1/2009
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageHealth CareEnable credit card payment of premiums for partially-subsidized and full-cost health care coverage for children in higher income familiesDSHSDon Mercer (DSHS OFR)2009-04-15Deferred1/1/2010
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageConsider Express Lane eligibility for children whose parents receive food assistance DSHSManning Pellanda2011-04-06Deferred7/1/2011
1.1.a - State- subsidized Children's Health Care CoverageDevelop performance measure for Healthy Options (HO) contractsDSHSPreston Cody2011-04-06In Progress7/31/2012
1.1.b - Basic Health Plan EnrollmentHealth CareOffering TargetHCABasic Health Plan2008-09-30Completed12/31/2009
1.1.b.1 - Basic Health Waiting ListHealth CareEnrollment waiting listHCABasic Health Plan2010-01-15Deferred
2.1 - DSHS - Avoidable Emergency Department VisitsHealth CareProvider payment rate increasesDSHSThuy Hua-Ly2010-06-15Completed1/1/2008
2.1 - DSHS - Avoidable Emergency Department VisitsHealth CarePilot projects with up to 4 community health clinicsDSHSPreston Cody2010-08-15Completed4/15/2011
2.1 - DSHS - Avoidable Emergency Department VisitsHealth CareP4P incentive payments to DSHS managed care plans DSHSPreston Cody2010-06-15Deferred7/1/2010
2.1 - DSHS - Avoidable Emergency Department VisitsHealth CareAdopt a ED copayment for children in higher income families who are enrolled in Apple Health for KidsDSHSDSHS HRSA Facilities Steering Committee2010-06-15Deferred1/1/2010
2.1 - DSHS - Avoidable Emergency Department VisitsHealth CareDevelop an automated ED Utilization report using the new ProviderOne payment systemDSHSPreston Cody2010-08-15Completed4/15/2011
2.1 - DSHS - Avoidable Emergency Department VisitsHealth CareParticipate in Department of Health's study of the feasibility for developing a comprehensive, statewide ED utilization databaseDSHSPreston Cody2010-06-15Deferred4/15/2011
2.1 - DSHS - Avoidable Emergency Department VisitsHealth CareDSHS managed care plans implement the Patient Review & Coordination (PRC) programDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2010-06-15Completed1/1/2009
2.1 - DSHS - Avoidable Emergency Department VisitsHealth CareHospital Safety Net Assessment Fund--Quality Incentives Plan and PaymentsDSHSPreston CodyIn Progress12/15/2010
2.1.a - Provider Participation in Fee for ServiceHealth CareContinue monitoring provider participation, develop new provider participation tracking methodology, and generate an Access to Care Report via ProviderOneDSHSLicensed Health Care Professionals Steering Committee 2010-06-15In Progress9/15/2010
2.1.a - Provider Participation in Fee for ServiceHealth CareWork with other state agencies to evaluate physician capacity for Medicaid, Medicare and other payersDSHSLHCP Steering Committee2009-10-14Deferred1/1/2010
2.1.a - Provider Participation in Fee for ServiceHealth CareIncrease FFS payment rates for pediatric-related services by 48%, which is 90% of Uniform Medical Plan ratesDSHSThuy Hua-Ly2009-10-14Completed1/1/2008
2.1.a - Provider Participation in Fee for ServiceHealth CareIncrease FFS payment rates for adult office visits by 12%DSHSThuy Hua-Ly2009-10-14Completed1/1/2008
2.1.a - Provider Participation in Fee for ServiceHealth CareReduce the previous increase in FFS payment rates for pediatric-related services from 48% to 15%DSHSThuy Hua-Ly2009-10-14Completed7/1/2009
2.1.a - Provider Participation in Fee for ServiceHealth CareParticipate in the All Payer Medical Home Collaborative and Care Management Pilots – Alternatively known as “Redesigning Care Delivery” DSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2010-11-15In Progress12/31/2011
2.1.a - Provider Participation in Fee for ServiceHealth CareIncrease Payments for Primary Care Providers (PCPs)DSHSThuy Hua-Ly2010-08-15Not Started1/1/2013
2.1.b - Provider Placements Resulting from ReferralsHealth CareTracking ToolDOHKastl/DOH, Sparks/DOH, Prentice/DOH, Gonzalez/DOH2009-07-15Completed9/30/2008
2.1.b - Provider Placements Resulting from ReferralsHealth CareDatabase useDOHKastl/DOH, Sparks/DOH, Gonzalez/DOH, Prentice/DOH2009-07-15Completed9/30/2009
2.1.b - Provider Placements Resulting from ReferralsHealth CareBest PracticesDOHKastl/DOH, Sparks/DOH, Gonzalez/DOH, Prentice/DOH2009-07-15Completed10/30/2009
2.1.b - Provider Placements Resulting from ReferralsHealth CareDevelop baselineDOHKastl/DOH, Sparks/DOH, Gonzalez/DOH, Prentice/DOH2009-07-15Completed9/30/2009
2.1.b - Provider Placements Resulting from ReferralsHealth CareReview current placement dataDOHKastl/DOH, Sparks/DOH, Shorter/DOH, Gonzalez/DOH, Prentice/DOH2010-11-15Completed9/1/2010
2.1.b - Provider Placements Resulting from ReferralsHealth CareReview existing placement dataDOHKastl/DOH, Sparks/DOH, Hailu/DOH, Gonzalez/DOH, Prentice/DOHIn Progress9/13/2012
4.1 - Children (19-35 months) Who Receive All Recommended VaccinesHealth CarePartnering with stakeholders to develop and implement marketing strategies aimed at encouraging parents to immunize on time.DOHBardi/DOH, Roberts/DOH2010-01-15In Progress12/31/2011
4.1 - Children (19-35 months) Who Receive All Recommended VaccinesHealth CareIncreasing percentage of children under 6 years of age with 2 or more immunizations recorded in the CHILD Profile Registry from 93 percent to 95 percent.DOHBardi/DOH2009-10-14Completed6/30/2009
4.1 - Children (19-35 months) Who Receive All Recommended VaccinesHealth CareIncreasing the number of parents receiving CHILD Profile health promotion material from 85 percent to 90 percent.DOHBardi/ DOH2008-10-08Completed12/31/2009
4.1 - Children (19-35 months) Who Receive All Recommended VaccinesIncreasing the number of parents receiving CHILD Profile mailings to 90 percent.DOHBardi/DOH2010-01-15In Progress12/31/2011
4.1.a - Two Year Old Immunization Rates for MedicaidHealth CareContinue pay-for-performance program for Healthy Options plansDSHSMaryAnne LindebladDeferred10/1/2010
4.1.a - Two Year Old Immunization Rates for MedicaidHealth CareContinue to require Healthy Options plans with immunization rates below 80% to implement performance improvement projectsDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad; Barbara LantzIn Progress1/1/2011
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareMonitor Medical Purchasing Administration (MPA) medical program expenditures on a monthly basisDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, Annette Meyer2010-11-15In Progress
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CarePublish DSHS MPA's CY 2009 Healthy Options (HO) managed care ratesDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed9/1/2008
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareEstablish and maintain 5 DSHS MPA steering committees to manage program services and develop, propose, and implement purchasing strategiesDSHSSteering Committee Chairpersons: Erin Mayo, Travis Sugarman, Myra Davis, Allen Hall, and Bev Court2010-08-15Completed
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareReduce expenditures for dental servicesDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareReduce Alien Emergency Medical program fundingDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed11/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareReduce General Assistance-Unemployable (GA-U) medical care services (MCS) fundingDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed11/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareEliminate Foster Care PilotDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareReduce Maternity Support ServicesDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed8/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareObtain enhanced federal match for pregnancy servicesDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, Manning Pellanda, MaryAnne Lindeblad, Roger Gantz2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareEliminate funding for the Health Navigator pilot projectDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareObtain enhanced federal match for interpreter servicesDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareObtain increased federal medical assistance percentage (FMAP) under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)DSHSThuy Hua-Ly2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareObtain enhanced federal match for Medicaid transportation servicesDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareObtain enhanced federal match for children in families with incomes between 133-200% of the federal poverty level (FPL)DSHSThuy Hua-ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareRetain a portion of medical support payments collected for children receiving state-subsidized careDSHSThuy Hua-Ly2010-11-15Deferred9/1/2010
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareReduce transportation, x-ray, and laboratory expendituresDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareObtain federal match for services provided to legal immigrantsDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad, Manning Pellanda, Roger Gantz2009-07-15Completed7/1/2009
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareReduce nursing home hospice ratesDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad2009-07-15Deferred
8.1 - Growth in DSHS Medical Programs Costs Compared to Washington's Personal IncomeHealth CareExamine payment reform demonstration grants available under National Health Reform and determine which ones to pursue.DSHSMPA Executive Committee2010-08-15In Progress
8.1.a - Prescription DrugsHealth CareImplement drug purchasing initiatives DSHSDr. Jeff ThompsonCompleted10/1/2009
8.1.a - Prescription DrugsHealth CareRequire pharmacy providers to dispense 90-day supplies for low-risk drugs DSHSDr. Jeff Thompson, MaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.a - Prescription DrugsHealth CareReduce costs for hemophilia drugsDSHSDr. Jeff Thompson, MaryAnne Lindeblad2010-11-15Deferred10/1/2010
8.1.a - Prescription DrugsHealth CareEmphasize use of generic drugs DSHSDr. Jeff Thompson, MaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.a - Prescription DrugsHealth CareReduce the inappropriate utilization of proton pump inhibitor medications DSHSDr. Jeff Thompson, MaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.a - Prescription DrugsHealth CareReduce reimbursement for over-the-counter drugs DSHSDr. Jeff Thompson, MaryAnne LindebladCompleted9/1/2009
8.1.a - Prescription DrugsHealth CareGenerics First for mental health drugsDSHSJeff Thompson2010-11-15In Progress11/1/2010
8.1.a - Prescription DrugsHealth CareGenerics News reports to providersDSHSJeff Thompson2010-11-15In Progress3/31/2011
8.1.b - Durable Medical EquipmentHealth CareReduce funding for durable medical equipment DSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareReduce inpatient and outpatient expendituresDSHSThuy Hua-LyCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareReduce CPE baselineDSHSThuy Hua-LyCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareDisproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) program reductionsDSHSThuy Hua-LyCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareImplement a prorated inpatient payment policy DSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne Lindeblad, Rich CampbellCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareRevise reimbursement methodology for outpatient hospitals DSHSThuy Hua-LyCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareEqualize rates paid for child birthDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, Dr. Jeff Thompson, MaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareEliminate the Small Rural Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) program DSHSThuy Hua-LyCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareImplement hospital safety net assessment fundDSHSThuy Hua-Ly2010-11-15In Progress12/31/2010
8.1.c - FacilitiesHealth CareExamine demonstration grants available under national health reform to bundle payments to hospitals for Medicaid patients and decide whether to pursue themDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, Jeff Thompson, MaryAnne Lindebald2010-08-15Not Started1/1/2012
8.1.d - Licensed Health Care ProfessionalsHealth CareReduce adult office visit rateDSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.d - Licensed Health Care ProfessionalsHealth CareReduce expenditures for dental services DSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.d - Licensed Health Care ProfessionalsHealth CareDecrease pediatric office visit rates DSHSThuy Hua-Ly, MaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.d - Licensed Health Care ProfessionalsIncrease Payments for Primary Care Providers (PCPs)DSHSThuy Hua-Ly2010-08-15Not Started1/1/2013
8.1.e - Managed CareHealth CarePublish CY 2009 DSHS Healthy Options (HO) managed care ratesDSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted9/1/2008
8.1.e - Managed CareHealth CarePay-back provisions in CY 2009 contractDSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted12/31/2009
8.1.e - Managed CareHealth CarePay-for-Performance to HO PlansDSHSMaryAnne LindebladDeferred12/31/2009
8.1.e - Managed CareHealth CareAdoption of a ED copayment for children in higher income families who are enrolled in Apple Health for Kids DSHSHRSA LHCP Steering CommitteeDeferred1/10/2010
8.1.e - Managed CareHealth CareEliminate Part C premiums for Medicare-Medicaid dual eligibles DSHSManning PellandaCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.e - Managed CareHealth CareReduce Healthy Options premium rates DSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted8/1/2009
8.1.e - Managed CareHealth CareReduce Medicaid managed care enhancement rate to federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) DSHSThuy Hua-LyCompleted7/1/2009
8.1.e - Managed CareHealth CareEliminate graduate medical education (GME) payments for Medicaid managed care Healthy Options DSHSThuy Hua-LyCompleted7/1/2009
3.1 - Coronary Heart Disease Death RateHealth CareDevelop hospital and emergency medical services standards for heart attack treatment and patient transport. DOHKelley/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, Klein/DOH; Emergency Cardiac and Stroke Technical Advisory Committee 2009-07-15Completed2/28/2009
3.1 - Coronary Heart Disease Death RateHealth CareEngage health care providers to improve quality of care.DOHArias-Reyes/DOH, Rush/DOH 2009-07-15Completed5/31/2009
3.1 - Coronary Heart Disease Death RateHealth CarePilot test a public education campaign. DOHNandi/DOH, Saunders/DOH, Mikkelsen/DOH 2009-07-15Completed6/30/2010
3.1 - Coronary Heart Disease Death RateHealth CareProvide technical assistance to hospitals and emergency services personnel on cardiac level one protocols. DOHKelley/DOH, Klein/DOH; Emergency Cardiac and Stroke Technical Advisory Committee 2009-07-15Completed6/30/2010
3.1 - Coronary Heart Disease Death RateHealth CareImplement hospital and emergency medical services standards for heart attack treatment and patient transport. DOHKelley/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, Klein/DOH; Emergency Cardiac and Stroke Technical Advisory Committee In Progress6/30/2012
3.1 - Coronary Heart Disease Death RateHealth CareHigh impact quality clinical preventive services. DOHShields/DOH, Rush/DOH In Progress9/20/2014
3.1.a - Percent of State Employees Who Complete the Health Risk AssessmentHealth CareHealth Risk Assessment PromotionHCAWashington Wellness/HCACompleted6/30/2011
3.1.b - Annual Rate of Increase in Adult ObesityHealth CareIncrease the number of local health jurisdictions that implement healthy eating and active living strategies through inclusion in the Healthy Communities program.DOHGrinnell/DOHIn Progress6/30/2013
3.1.b - Annual Rate of Increase in Adult ObesityHealth CareA public-private partnership that combines assets to achieve sustainable physical, social, and economic environments that make healthy choices easy and improves the quality of life for all.DOHGrinnell/DOHIn Progress6/30/2013
3.1.b - Annual Rate of Increase in Adult ObesityHealth CareConsultation on Media, Access, Point of Purchase, Price, Social Support (MAPPS) strategies.DOHGrinnell/DOHIn Progress6/30/2013
3.1.c - Tobacco Use: Percent of Adults Who Report Smoking Daily or Some DaysHealth CareRun targeted media campaign on cessation.DOHReid/DOH, Schoengarth/DOH, Thompson/DOH2009-07-15Deferred6/30/2009
3.1.c - Tobacco Use: Percent of Adults Who Report Smoking Daily or Some DaysHealth CarePromote adoption of tobacco intervention practices within health care clinics that serve low-income families.DOHNandi/DOH, Thompson/DOHIn Progress6/30/2012
3.1.c - Tobacco Use: Percent of Adults Who Report Smoking Daily or Some DaysHealth CarePromote Quitline services at the community level.DOHReid/DOH, Huyck/DOH, Thompson/DOH2009-07-15Completed6/30/2009
3.1.c - Tobacco Use: Percent of Adults Who Report Smoking Daily or Some DaysHealth CarePromote Quit Line through partnership with Washington Health Foundation.DOHReid/DOH, Thompson/DOH2009-07-15Completed10/31/2009
3.1.c - Tobacco Use: Percent of Adults Who Report Smoking Daily or Some DaysHealth CareUse the Internet and Public Service Announcements to get out messages about cessation.DOHReid/DOH2009-07-15Completed6/30/2010
3.1.c.1 - % of 10th graders who have smoked cigarettes in the past 30 daysHealth CareConduct prevention media campaign targeted at 12-17 year old youthsDOHReid/DOH, Schoengarth/DOH, Huyck/DOH2009-07-15Completed6/30/2009
3.1.c.1 - % of 10th graders who have smoked cigarettes in the past 30 daysHealth CareContinue to fund prevention education for middle schools and expand through tenth gradeDOHReid/DOH, Huyck/DOH2009-07-15Completed6/30/2011
3.1.c.1 - % of 10th graders who have smoked cigarettes in the past 30 daysHealth CareShare promising practices for school tobacco policy enforcement.DOHReid/DOH, Huyck/DOH2009-07-15Completed1/1/2009
3.1.c.1 - % of 10th graders who have smoked cigarettes in the past 30 daysGetting anti-tobacco messages out through alternative mediaDOHReid/DOH,Schoengarth/DOH Completed6/30/2010
3.1.c.1 - % of 10th graders who have smoked cigarettes in the past 30 daysHealth CareImplement science-based anti-tobacco curriculum in 60 percent of all school districts.DOHHuyck/DOH, Reid/DOH2009-10-14Completed6/30/2010
3.1.c.1 - % of 10th graders who have smoked cigarettes in the past 30 daysHealth CareRetailer education and compliance checks.DOHDavis/DOH, Nandi/DOHIn Progress6/30/2013
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareSet performance targets for smoking cessation participation, completion, and success among DSHS medical programs clientsDSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted1/1/2009
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareSign Core Provider Agreement (CPA) with Free & Clear to provide services to DSHS medical assistance clientsDSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareMake necessary system/programmatic changes in MMISDSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareEstablishment of Coverage Criteria and Authorization ProcessDSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareWashington Administrative Code (WAC), numbered memos, and broadcast faxes revisedDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad; Gail DouglasCompleted7/1/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareCustomer Service TrackingDSHSMaryAnne LindebladCompleted7/1/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareHold-Line Message for ClientsDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad; Manning PellandaCompleted7/1/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareInitial News ReleaseDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad; Jim Stevenson; Mary Selecky (DOH)Completed6/15/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareDistribute Promotional Materials to Community Services Offices (CSOs)DSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad; Manning PellandaCompleted7/1/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareUpdate the existing Quit for Life website to include information about Medicaid's coverage of smoking cessation products and servicesDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad and Free & Clear Completed7/1/2009
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareSeek approval of Medicaid State Plan AmendmentDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad; Gail Douglas2010-11-15In Progress12/31/2011
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CareDevelop Medicaid-specific rack cardsDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad; Manning Pellanda; Free & ClearCompleted10/22/2008
3.1.c.2 - Smoking among Medical Assistance clientsHealth CarePromote program among individually-identified provider groups and targeted client populationsDSHSMaryAnne Lindeblad; Manning Pellanda; Mary SeleckyCompleted7/6/2010
3.1.c.3 - Percent Smoking Among People with a High School Education or LessHealth CareSet performance targets for reduction of tobacco use among low income adults.DOHReid/DOH, Boysun/DOH2009-07-15Completed11/30/2008
3.1.c.3 - Percent Smoking Among People with a High School Education or LessHealth CareLaunch outreach efforts to make more free nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) available from Quit Line.DOHReid/DOH, Boysun/DOH, Thompson/DOH, Local Health Agencies2009-07-15Completed6/30/2009
3.1.c.3 - Percent Smoking Among People with a High School Education or LessHealth CareConduct campaign to maximize use of new Medicaid cessation benefit.DOHReid/DOH2009-07-15Completed6/30/2009
3.1.c.3 - Percent Smoking Among People with a High School Education or LessHealth CareResearch effective ways to help low income people quit smoking.DOHReid/DOH, Boysun/DOH2009-07-15Completed2/28/2009
3.1.c.3 - Percent Smoking Among People with a High School Education or LessHealth CareLaunch media campaign targeting low income smokers.DOHReid/DOH2009-07-15Completed12/31/2010
3.1.c.3 - Percent Smoking Among People with a High School Education or LessHealth CareEstablish network of leaders to increase awareness about impact of tobacco use in this population.DOHHarrelson/DOH2009-07-15Completed12/1/2009
3.1.c.3 - Percent Smoking Among People with a High School Education or LessQuitline services enhanced for uninsured adults DOHReid/Thompson Completed6/30/2010
3.1.c.3 - Percent Smoking Among People with a High School Education or LessHealth CareSmoke-free HousingDOHPaul DavisIn Progress3/30/2012
3.2 - Stroke: Rate of Deaths per 100,000Health CareDevelop and implement hospital and emergency medical services standards for stroke treatment and patient transport. DOHKelley/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, Klein/DOH; Emergency Cardiac and Stroke Technical Advisory Committee In Progress6/30/2012
3.2 - Stroke: Rate of Deaths per 100,000Health CareEngage health care providers to improve quality of care. DOHArias-Reyes/DOH, Rush/DOH2009-07-15Completed5/31/2009
3.2 - Stroke: Rate of Deaths per 100,000Health CarePilot test a public education campaign. DOHNandi/DOH, Saunders/DOH, Mikkelsen/DOH 2009-07-15Completed6/30/2010
3.2 - Stroke: Rate of Deaths per 100,000Health CareConvene stakeholders to determine regional action needed. DOHHailu/DOH, Kelley/DOH, Klein/DOH; Emergency Cardiac and Stroke Technical Advisory Committee 2009-07-15Completed2/28/2009
3.2 - Stroke: Rate of Deaths per 100,000Health CareHigh impact quality clinical preventive services. DOHShields/DOH, Rush/DOH In Progress9/30/2014
3.2.a - Percent of Ischemic Stroke Treated with Tissue Plasminogen ActivatorHealth CareProvide EMS and Hospital Staff Training. DOHKelley/DOH, Klein/DOH, Lopez/DOH 2009-07-15Completed12/31/2010
3.2.a - Percent of Ischemic Stroke Treated with Tissue Plasminogen ActivatorHealth CareEstablish system performance and patient outcome measures for stroke patients for use by emergency medical services and hospital staff. DOHKelley/DOH, Kemple/DOH2009-07-15Completed12/31/2010
3.2.a - Percent of Ischemic Stroke Treated with Tissue Plasminogen ActivatorHealth CareObtain data for system performance and patient outcome measures for stroke patients.DOHKelley/DOH, Kemple/DOHIn Progress12/31/2012
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareDischarge protocolsDOHKastl/DOH, Silver/DOH2010-06-15Completed6/30/2010
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareOsteoporosis PreventionDOHKenneweg/DOH, Silver/DOH2008-10-08Completed2/27/2009
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareBest Practices EducationDOHKastl/DOH, Silver/DOH, Northwest Orthopaedic Institute2009-12-09Completed12/31/2009
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareStay Active and Independent for Life exerciseDOHKastl/DOH, Silver/DOH, ADSA/DSHS2008-10-08Completed12/31/2008
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareImplement/Evaluate adapted SAIL exercise programDOHKastl/DOH, Silver/DOH, ADSA/DSHS, Northwest Orthopaedic Institute2009-04-15Completed6/30/2009
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareAnalyze and report Senior Fall dataDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Borges/DOHIn Progress11/30/2012
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareImplement a strategy from the Social Marketing ToolkitDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Borges/DOHIn Progress9/30/2012
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareConduct two Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL) trainingDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Borges/DOHIn Progress9/30/2012
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareConvene two meetings of the Washington State Senior Fall Prevention CoalitionDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Borges/DOHIn Progress9/30/2012
3.3 - Hospitalizations Due to Fall for the 65+ PopulationHealth CareDistribute Fall Prevention Calendars and wallet cardsDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Borges/DOHNot Started9/30/2012
3.3.a - Percent of Seniors Who Reported a Fall in Last 3 MonthsHealth CarePreventing Future FallsDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Borges/DOHCompleted11/30/2012
3.3.a - Percent of Seniors Who Reported a Fall in Last 3 MonthsHealth CareFall PreventionDOHKastl/DOH, Silver/DOH, Borges/DOH2008-10-08Completed12/31/2009
3.3.a - Percent of Seniors Who Reported a Fall in Last 3 MonthsHealth CareProfessional AssociationsDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Borges/DOH, State Senior Fall Prevention CoalitionCompleted11/30/2011
3.4 - Cancer: Rate of Deaths from CancerHealth CareConduct surveillance of cancer deathsDOHHarrelson/DOH2009-07-15In Progress12/31/2011
3.4.a - People Receiving Breast, Cervical and Colorectal Screening Among Eligible, Uninsured PopulationsHealth CareMaintain access to breast (female) cancer screenings among eligible, uninsured population.DOHDoyle/DOH2010-08-15In Progress6/30/2012
3.4.a - People Receiving Breast, Cervical and Colorectal Screening Among Eligible, Uninsured PopulationsHealth CareRefer program clients to Tobacco Cessation Program.DOHDoyle/DOHIn Progress6/30/2012
5.1 - Percent of Drinking Water Inspections Completed With No Significant DeficiencyHealth CareImplement plan that defines significant deficiencies consistently.DOHDavis / DOH2008-10-08Completed4/30/2009
5.1 - Percent of Drinking Water Inspections Completed With No Significant DeficiencyHealth CareProduce information on avoiding significant deficiencies.DOHDavis/DOHCompleted4/30/2009
5.1 - Percent of Drinking Water Inspections Completed With No Significant DeficiencyAnalyze FY08 inspection dataDOHDavis/DOHCompleted11/30/2008
5.1 - Percent of Drinking Water Inspections Completed With No Significant DeficiencyAnalyze FY09 Inspection DataDOHDavis/DOHCompleted11/30/2009
5.1 - Percent of Drinking Water Inspections Completed With No Significant DeficiencyHealth CareReport sub-measure for Resolved Significant DeficienciesDOHJerrod DavsCompleted11/30/2010
5.1 - Percent of Drinking Water Inspections Completed With No Significant DeficiencyProvide training and tools to water system operators DOHHalvorson/DOHIn Progress11/30/2012
5.1.a - Percent of significant deficiencies addressed within 45 daysImprove tracking of plans to fix significant deficiencies.DOHHalvorsonCompleted11/30/2011
5.1.a - Percent of significant deficiencies addressed within 45 daysImprove staff consistency in recording and tracking of plansDOHHalvorsonIn Progress11/30/2012
6.2 - Percent of Major-Trauma Patients Who SurviveHealth CareNew Patient GuidelinesDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Rotert/DOH, Lopez/DOHIn Progress11/1/2012
6.2 - Percent of Major-Trauma Patients Who SurviveHealth CareQuality ImprovementDOHKastl/DOH, Lopez/DOHIn Progress11/1/2012
6.2 - Percent of Major-Trauma Patients Who SurviveHealth CareGaps in surgical specialty careDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, EMS and Trauma Care Steering CommitteeIn Progress11/1/2012
6.2 - Percent of Major-Trauma Patients Who SurviveHealth CareTarget High Risk PopulationsDOHKastl/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, Shorter/DOHCompleted6/30/2011
6.2 - Percent of Major-Trauma Patients Who SurviveHealth CarePrehospital Fall Injury ManagementDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Lopez/DOHIn Progress11/1/2012
6.2 - Percent of Major-Trauma Patients Who SurviveHealth CareFall Injury Quality ImprovementDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Lopez/DOHIn Progress11/1/2012
6.2 - Percent of Major-Trauma Patients Who SurviveHealth CareOlder Adult TraumaDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Lopez/DOH, Rotert/DOHNot Started11/1/2012
6.2.a - Percent of Pediatric Spleen Injuries Managed Non-OperativelyHealth CareClinical GuidelinesDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Rotert/DOH, EMS and Trauma Steering Committee2010-11-15Completed10/30/2009
6.2.a - Percent of Pediatric Spleen Injuries Managed Non-OperativelyHealth CareClinical CareDOHKastl/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, Shorter/DOH, All Regional Quality Improvement CommitteesCompleted11/1/2011
6.2.a - Percent of Pediatric Spleen Injuries Managed Non-OperativelyHealth CarePediatric Spleen ManagementDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Rotert/DOH, Shaw/DOHCompleted11/1/2011
6.2.b - Percent of Patients with Systolic Blood Pressure <90 Who Receive a Full Trauma Team ActivationHealth CareActivation GuidelineDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Lopez/DOH, Rotert/DOH2009-12-09Completed4/30/2009
6.2.b - Percent of Patients with Systolic Blood Pressure <90 Who Receive a Full Trauma Team ActivationHealth CareMonitor Trauma RegistryDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, Rotert/DOH, Shorter/DOHIn Progress11/1/2012
6.2.b - Percent of Patients with Systolic Blood Pressure <90 Who Receive a Full Trauma Team ActivationHealth CareTrauma Team ActivationsDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Lopez/DOH, Rotert/DOHIn Progress11/1/2012
6.2.b - Percent of Patients with Systolic Blood Pressure <90 Who Receive a Full Trauma Team ActivationDNR/POLST StatusDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Lopez/DOH, Rotert/DOHCompleted11/1/2011
6.2.b - Percent of Patients with Systolic Blood Pressure <90 Who Receive a Full Trauma Team ActivationCorrelate Trauma Team Activation with Patient OutcomeDOHKastl/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, Shorter/DOHCompleted6/30/2011
6.2.b - Percent of Patients with Systolic Blood Pressure <90 Who Receive a Full Trauma Team ActivationHealth CareExpand Trauma Registry TrainingDOHKastl/DOH, Schmitt/DOH, Reynolds/DOHNot Started11/1/2012
6.2.b - Percent of Patients with Systolic Blood Pressure <90 Who Receive a Full Trauma Team ActivationHealth CareImplement a Corrective Action StrategyDOHKastl/DOH, Fernandes/DOH, Lopez/DOH, Rotert/DOHNot Started11/1/2012