Performance Measurement Under Health Reform: Proposed Measures For Eligibility and Enrollment Systems and Key Issues and Trade-offs to Consider
The adoption of new eligibility and enrollment requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides states and the federal government an important opportunity to implement a meaningful set of performance measures for eligibility and enrollment systems. Performance measures could be used at the federal level to assess state performance in meeting the ACA’s eligibility and enrollment goals, while states could use measures for program management and quality improvement. This brief seeks to inform the development of performance measures for eligibility and enrollment systems under health reform by presenting a list of potential performance measures and identifying key issues and tradeoffs to consider in selecting and developing measures.
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