Annual Review of the Child and Adult Core Sets of Quality Measures for Medicaid and CHIP
The Child and Adult Core Sets of quality measures for Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) are key indicators of the access to—and quality of—the health care Medicaid and CHIP beneficiaries receive. The Core Sets are important tools states can use to monitor and improve the quality of health care provided to Medicaid and CHIP beneficiaries.
Mathematica is supporting the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services (CMCS) by convening the Child and Adult Core Set Annual Review Workgroup to review and strengthen the Child and Adult Core Sets.
Orientation Meeting (Webinar)
This is the first meeting of the workgroup to introduce the Core Set Review process. It is open to workgroup members and the public.
• SlidesView on Demand
Preparation for May In-Person Meeting (Webinar)
This meeting will summarize the measures submitted by workgroup members for addition to or removal from the Child and Adult Core Sets, provide an overview of materials available to workgroup members for reviewing the measures, and describe the format of the in-person meeting. It is open to workgroup members and the public.
• SlidesView on Demand
Core Set Review Annual Meeting (In-person and Webinar)
This is the in-person meeting of the workgroup to make recommendations for strengthening the Child and Adult Core Sets. It is open to workgroup members and the public. (Call-in option available)
• AgendaMay 7: View on Demand May 8: View on Demand May 9: View on Demand
2020 Child and Adult Core Set Review Workgroup Draft Report
The draft report of the 2020 Child and Adult Core Set Review Workgroup is now available for public comment. It summarizes the review process, discussion, and Workgroup recommendations. The report is available for download at the link below. Please submit public comments via email to MACCoreSetReview@mathematica-mpr.com by 8:00 p.m. EDT on Monday, August 5, 2019, and include “2020 Core Set Review Public Comment” in the subject line.
For More Information
For more information on the Child Core Set, visit
For more information on the Adult Core Set, visit
For more information or to receive future mailings, contact the
Mathematica Core Set Annual Review Team