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HRSA Electronic Clinical Quality Measures

February 4, 2019

HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB)

HRSA developed and tested HIV electronic clinical quality measures (eCQM) for use by any provider, organization, or facility. These include: HIV Medical Visit Frequency (2079/3209); Gap in HIV Medical Visits (2080); HIV Viral Load Suppression (2082/3210); Prescription of HIV Antiretroviral Therapy (2083/3211).

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has developed and tested four HIV electronic clinical quality measures (eCQM) for use by any provider, organization, or facility. The eCQI Resource Center defines an eCQM as: 

"An electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) is a clinical quality measure that is expressed and formatted to use data from electronic health records (EHR) and/or health information technology systems to measure healthcare quality, specifically data captured in structured form during the process of patient care. So they can be reported from an EHR, the Health Quality Measure Format (HQMF) is used to format the eCQM content using the Quality Data Model (QDM) to define the data elements and Clinical Quality Language (CQL) to express the logic needed to evaluate a provider or organization’s performance."

HRSA eCQMs

The HRSA eCQMs are (National Quality Forum number):

  • HIV Medical Visit Frequency (2079/3209)

  • Gap in HIV Medical Visits (2080)
  • HIV Viral Load Suppression (2082/3210)
  • Prescription of HIV Antiretroviral Therapy (2083/3211)

For each of the HRSA HIV eCQMs, you can access the human readable format (html), eMeasure XML, simple XML, and value set.

HIV Medical Visit Frequency (2079/3209)

Gap in HIV Medical Visits (2080)

HIV Viral Load Suppression (2082/3210)

Prescription of HIV Antiretroviral Therapy (2083/3211)

Please direct questions related to the HRSA HIV eCQMS to Marlene Matosky.

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