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Performance Improvement Projects The term 'Performance Improvement Projects ' as it applies to the area of Medicare in the United States can be defined as ' Projects that examine and seek to achieve improvement in major areas of clinical and non-clinical services. These projects are usually based on information such as enrollee characteristics, standardized measures, utilization, diagnosis and outcome information, data from surveys, grievance and appeals processes, etc. They measure performance at two periods of time to ascertain if improvement has occurred. These projects are required by the State and can be of the MCO/PHPs choosing or prescribed by the State'.
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