Primary Care Data Extract
The Primary Care Data Extract is a specific set of data elements being submitted by over 200 primary care and community clinics in Manitoba.
Introduction to the Primary Care Data Extract
Data extracts are important to support planning, delivery and evaluation of primary-care services and programs throughout the province. Clinics submitting the Primary Care Data Extract receive reports from Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living (MHSAL), providing them with information on their EMR data quality, chronic disease populations and chronic disease management activities. These reports can help clinics improve their EMR data quality and assist in improving efficiency and quality of care within the clinic. Effective April 2017, the Primary Care Data Extract will be the preferred method to provide supplemental patient care information required to support family physicians claiming a Comprehensive Care Management tariff in Manitoba.
To learn more, watch the video, “Primary Care Data Extract: Leveraging Primary Care Quality Indicators in Manitoba.”
The Primary Care Data Extract is a series of specific data elements aligned with primary care quality indicators related to chronic disease management.
Clinics are encouraged to review the full table of data elements and understand where and how the information is captured in their EMRs. This will provide clinics with the best opportunity to submit comprehensive chronic disease information through their Primary Care Data Extract submissions.
To learn more, watch the video “Primary Care Quality Indicators: Supporting quality patient care in Manitoba.”