Pay-for-Performance Program (P4P)
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Michigan (BCBSM) funded hospitals participate with the Pay-for-Performance (P4P) program. The P4P is an incentive-based program that recognizes hospitals for achievements and improvements in quality, cost efficiency, and population-health management.
A hospital’s P4P score for each CQI is determined by its performance on specific measures related to that CQI. The measures and corresponding weights tied to each measure are referred to as the hospital’s CQI Performance Index scorecard. Some measures are related to program participation and engagement, such as meeting attendance and timely data submission. Other measures are performance-based and related to quality and clinical process improvement and outcomes, such as reductions in morbidity or surgical complications. For more information on BCBM Pay-for-Performance Program, see their website.
Below are the ASPIRE Performance Index Scorecards.
ASPIRE 2018 Performance Index Scorecards
ASPIRE 2017 Performance Index Scorecards
ASPIRE 2016 Performance Index Scorecards
Roles Required for Participation in ASPIRE CQI
- ASPIRE Champion Role and Responsibilities
- Anesthesiology Clinical Quality Reviewer (ACQR) Role and Responsibilities
- ASPIRE Developer Role and Responsibilities