HQCA Primary Healthcare Panel Reports
Since 2012, the HQCA has been providing Primary Healthcare Panel Reports to family physicians, upon request, across the province. We hope these reports are an invaluable resource that can be used to support and inform program planning, panel management, quality improvement, and policy development at the various levels of the primary healthcare system.
Proxy Panel Report: a report based on the HQCA’s 6-cut algorithm of a physician’s patient panel. Select this option if you cannot provide a validated list of your patients.
Confirmed Patient List Report (CPL): a report based on a list of personal health numbers (PHN) submitted by the physician. We will contact you about providing us with a completed data-sharing agreement, and instructions for submitting your CPL to the HQCA. Once we receive this information, the report will be emailed to you, at the address you provide, within two weeks.
Clinic Report: a report based on the PHN’s for up to 10 participating clinic physicians. If you want a clinic report you must request one by contacting the HQCA.
If you have specific questions, email: email@example.com.
The HQCA is working with the Physician Learning Program (PLP) to optimize the impact of the Physician Panel Reports. If you are interested in learning more about how physicians can learn from individual practice based information please visit the PLP website.
Please note, the reports are a work in progress and we recognize the need to make them more user friendly. As such, the HQCA and Alberta Health are currently putting together a committee of physicians and other primary care stakeholders to help us review the current report, the measures we include, and how we organize the information to make sure it is useful to all primary healthcare stakeholders.
If you have questions, please contact us at 403.297.8162.
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