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Patient vaccination data
The HQCA worked collaboratively with primary care leaders to create a tool to identify patients who have not received their COVID-19 vaccination. The panel report outlined below will allow physicians to reach out to patients and address barriers to vaccine uptake. To see how easy it is to navigate the vaccination data in your report, check out this guide.
Watch the full 22-minute video on Using the HQCA Panel Reports for COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach, or select a section of interest below.
- Why vaccine outreach is important
- How you can access your Primary Healthcare Panel Report to review COVID-19 vaccination data
- Tips on actioning your vaccination list
- What effective outreach looks like
We also encourage you to check out the AMA’s Immunization Clinic Tools page for additional resources.
The Data Dictionary provides information on the description, rationale, interpretation, calculations, data sources, limitations and alignments of all the metrics in the HQCA’s Provincial Primary Healthcare Panel Report. This information is intended to help improve the understanding and interpretation of the metrics and their presentation in the report.
The HQCA proxy panel is an estimate of a physician’s active panel based on the pattern of family
physician billing claims over a three-year period. The algorithm predicts which family physician, from all those seen by a patient over the three-year time
period, is most likely to be the patient’s main family physician. If there is a tie between two or more family
physicians at any step, assignment moves to the next step.The proxy panel will be most accurate for physicians who had a stable practice during the data period and
who saw few patients of other family physicians (e.g., in an after-hours or walk-in clinic)
Understanding continuity data learning module
This module is all about relational continuity, as the Primary Healthcare Panel Reports contain measures that address relational continuity.
Webinar for Improvement Facilitators
Co-hosted by the Alberta Medical Association and the HQCA, we hosted a webinar on March 28, 2019 for Improvement Facilitators in Alberta introducing them to the Primary Healthcare Panel Report.