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eCQI Tools & Key Resources

Tools & Resources

The eCQM Informational Tools, Resources and Collaboration (InfoTRAC) referenced in this section are openly available and are provided for stakeholder use. They provide a foundation for the development, implementation, reporting, help, and feedback of quality measures and their improvement.

Diagram of the eCQM lifecycle showing the progression through the stages of development, implementation, reporting, and help & feedback then returning to development for maintenance.

Find the Tools and Resources You Need

You can browse and search all of the tools and resources by visiting the eCQI Tools and Resources Library.
The standards and tools versions listed for each reporting/performance period are the versions used to create and/or support the implementation of the specific reporting/performance period specifications. Newer versions of the standards and tools may be available, but were not used in the development of the reporting/performance period listed.

The eCQM tools and resources provide a foundation for the development, testing, certification, publication, implementation, reporting, and continuous evaluation of quality measures and their improvement. You can refine the tool list by selecting a category of interest and/or a role that best describes your needs, or you can also click a specific tool from the list below to view additional details.

QUICK

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The Health Level Seven International® (HL7) QUICK data model in the Quality Improvement (QI)-Core Implementation Guide Standard for Trial Use (STU) 4 provides a view of clinical data from the perspective of representing quality measurement and decision support knowledge.

The QUICK data model uses the QI-Core profiles to provide a physical representation for the data that enables knowledge authors to ignore certain details of the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources® (FHIR) interchange representation.

  • The QUICK model maps the FHIR® base types to Clinical Quality Language (CQL) primitives rather than using the FHIR types directly.
  • The QUICK model represents FHIR extensions as first-class attributes of the class.