Quality & Outcomes Framework (QOF)

Thursday, 05 May 2022 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM [AZOST]

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Thursday, 05 May 2022 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM [AZOST]

 

Introduction

The voluntary Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) annual reward and incentive programme is for all GP surgeries in England, it has been introduced to improve the quality of care patients are given. This is done by rewarding practices for the quality of care they provide to their patients, based on a number of indicators across a range of key areas of clinical care and public health.

This session will give an introduction to QOF, what it does and why it is important. Delegates will learn how it works, the indicators, how this is calculated and how they should record the data to understand the QOF process fully.

By the end of the web workshop delegates will be able to:

v  Know and understand QOF and how it can be beneficial to them and their practice.

v  Understand the indicators, how they will be record their data and how rewards are calculated.

v  They will learn about Personalised Care Adjustments, and what applies to their practice.

 

Guidance notes and will be provided to support this workshop and certificates of attendance are awarded after the workshop.

 

Programme

Introduction and Welcome

Introduction to Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF)

·         What is QOF?

·         QOF Framework

·         How QOF works

·         Indicators Definitions & Thresholds

·         Personalised Care Adjustments

·         Challenges in using QOF Data

·         Highlights

 

Measurements and Calculations: all you need to know

·         Process Flow of Reward Payments

·         QOF Reward: Data Extraction & Scoring

 

BREAK

 

Reward: Payment Methods

·         Aspiration Payments

·         Achievement Payment Calculation

 

Recording information and the business rules

·         Data collection for QOF

·         QMAS

 

Action Planning – Group work

 

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Frankie Maclean