In 2015, the MCC Cardiopulmonary metric set was updated and reissued as v2.1. The full version of the metrics includes the original 10 metric definition components from version 1 and four new features. In late 2017, a survey was issued to obtain feedback on the implementation and utilization of the metrics. Following the review of the results of the MCC Cardiopulmonary Performance Metrics v2.1 survey, no updates were made to the metric set. Implementation tools and guides are in development across other work groups and will be considered for the metric toolkit in the future.
The work group has moved into the Implementation Support stage of the metric set life-cycle. Online meetings will be held on a quarterly basis to provide MCC members the opportunity to ask questions and share experiences related to implementing the metric set. Registration links are available on the Upcoming Meetings Webpage in the MCC Members Portal.
MCC Cardiopulmonary Metric Toolkit v2.1
|At-A-Glance||Short document providing an overview of the MCC Cardiopulmonary Metric Toolkit v2.1|
|Process Maps||Provides a listing of the metrics shown on a high-level process map|
|Metrics Workbooks||Contains all metric definitions|
|Performance Metrics Wiki||Metrics Key Terms|
MCC member organizations can download the MCC Cardiopulmonary Metric Toolkit v2.1 by logging into the member portal and visiting the MCC metrics sets and tool page. Contact MCC Customer Service if you need assistance.
Review survey feedback to assess the current set of metrics with the objective of assuring that they keep pace with changes in technology and industry practices.
MCC Membership Information
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Download MCC Cardiopulmonary Performance Metrics v2.1 At-A-Glance
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Employees of MCC member organizations are invited to join the MCC Cardiopulmonary LinkedIn Community to get the latest news on work group activities, share relevant news and participate in online discussions.