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Feasibility criterion

The Feasibility criterion is the extent to which the specifications, including measure logic, require data that are readily available or could be captured without undue burden and can be implemented for performance measurement. National Quality Forum. (2021). Measure evaluation criteria and guidance for evaluating measures forendorsementhttps://www.qualityforum.org/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?LinkIdentifier=id&ItemID=88439

FHIR profile

A Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources® (FHIR®) profile is a set of requirements and constraints placed on a resource. It can describe general features the system supports for that resource or information handled or produced according to a specific use case. Often, they include rules about which application programming interface features, terminologies, or resource elements the FHIR profile uses or does not use.

Future state

Future state is a model that integrates the downstream work of informatics, implementation, communication, and evaluation into the guideline or measure development process.