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Pioneers in Quality™ eCQM Expert to Expert Webinar Series: Technical Implementation of Clinical Quality Language (CQL)

Next Occurrence: Tuesday, Jul 23, 2019, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Add to Calendar07/23/2019 16:00:0007/23/2019 17:00:00Atlantic/AzoresPioneers in Quality™ eCQM Expert to Expert Webinar Series: Technical Implementation of Clinical Quality Language (CQL)Joint Commission Expert to Expert Series: Technical Implementation of Clinical Quality Language (CQL)   Tue, Jul 23, 2019 12:00 PM EDTREGISTER NOWIf the above link does not work, cut and paste this URL into your browser to navigate to the registration page: https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1245582&tp_key=e1d7bb9370Session DescriptionThroughout the Expert to Expert series, The Joint Commission and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) received feedback that more in-depth content regarding the technical aspects of electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) clinical quality language (CQL) implementation were desired to assist hospital technical staff in their conversion to the language in 2019. The Joint Commission, CMS, Mathematica, and ESAC are partnering to host a webinar to offer this technically-focused content.   This 90-minute session on July 23 at (11am CT), is intended for a technical staff audience that is already familiar with the following CQL concepts: Language and data processing; Language translation and/or evaluation; SQL and SQL-Based systems; familiarity with Clinical Data Representation including Clinical Data Models and CQL Terminology. Clinical staff attending should be conversant in these technical concepts. The types of staff that would find value in this content might include: EHR report writers, hospital IT staff engaged in CQL and eCQM implementation, Clinical Informaticists, EHR Analysts, vendor staff that support hospitals in their technical eCQM and CQL implementation.During this session, experts from The Joint Commission and ESAC will address:  Implementing CQL - architecture-level content about how the reporting should work in technical environments (especially in an SQL-based DBMS)How CQL compares to SQLUsing CQL in a database environment to calculate a measureParticipation and Continuing Education InformationTo claim continuing education credits, participants must register individually. This webinar is approved for 1.0 Continuing Education Credit from: ACCME, ANCC, ACHE, California Board of Registered Nursing, and IACET. CE/CME/CEU Credits available for live audio only; credits not offered for webinar replays. To claim credit, you must have: 1) Individually registered for the webinar.2) Listened to the live webinar in its entirety. Only those listening live during the session will be eligible to receive credit. 3)  Completed a post-program evaluation/attestation. The program evaluation/attestation link will be sent to your registered email after the webinar. For those that meet the eligibility criteria for CEs, printable certificates will be sent via email 2 weeks after the session; all participant CE certificates will be sent at the same time. Technical Requirements (for audio and system)Google Chrome (recommended browser).Must have computer speakers or headphones. Audio will be though VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) only.Use this link to complete a system check before you try to join the session (make sure you close the test window before joining the live session):  https://event.webcasts.com/test/ falseMM/DD/YYYY

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Tue, Jul 23, 2019 12:00 PM EDT

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If the above link does not work, cut and paste this URL into your browser to navigate to the registration page: https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1245582&tp_key=e1d7bb9370

Session Description

Throughout the Expert to Expert series, The Joint Commission and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) received feedback that more in-depth content regarding the technical aspects of electronic clinical quality measureinfo-icon (eCQMinfo-icon) clinical quality language (CQL) implementation were desired to assist hospital technical staff in their conversion to the language in 2019. The Joint Commission, CMS, Mathematica, and ESAC are partnering to host a webinar to offer this technically-focused content.   

This 90-minute session on July 23 at (11am CT), is intended for a technical staff audience that is already familiar with the following CQL concepts: Language and data processing; Language translation and/or evaluation; SQL and SQL-Based systems; familiarity with Clinical Data Representation including Clinical Data Models and CQL Terminology. Clinical staff attending should be conversant in these technical concepts. The types of staff that would find value in this content might include: EHRinfo-icon report writers, hospital IT staff engaged in CQL and eCQM implementation, Clinical Informaticists, EHR Analysts, vendor staff that support hospitals in their technical eCQM and CQL implementation.

During this session, experts from The Joint Commission and ESAC will address:  

  • Implementing CQL - architecture-level content about how the reporting should work in technical environments (especially in an SQL-based DBMS)
  • How CQL compares to SQL
  • Using CQL in a database environment to calculate a measure

Participation and Continuing Education Information

To claim continuing education credits, participants must register individually. 

This webinar is approved for 1.0 Continuing Education Credit from: ACCME, ANCC, ACHE, California Board of Registered Nursing, and IACET. CE/CME/CEU Credits available for live audio only; credits not offered for webinar replays. To claim credit, you must have: 

1) Individually registered for the webinar.
2) Listened to the live webinar in its entirety. Only those listening live during the session will be eligible to receive credit. 
3)  Completed a post-program evaluation/attestation. The program evaluation/attestation link will be sent to your registered email after the webinar. 

For those that meet the eligibility criteria for CEs, printable certificates will be sent via email 2 weeks after the session; all participant CE certificates will be sent at the same time. 

Technical Requirements (for audio and system)

  • Google Chrome (recommended browser).
  • Must have computer speakers or headphones. Audio will be though VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) only.

Use this link to complete a system check before you try to join the session (make sure you close the test window before joining the live session):  https://event.webcasts.com/test/ 

Last Updated: June 24, 2019