2024 Physician Scorecard

April 1, 2024
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On May 1, physicians and advanced practice providers (APPs) in OHN/OACN who manage value-based patients will receive an official email notifying them that their 2024 Physician Scorecard is live and available for viewing.

Ahead of that go-live date, we want to make sure you know what to expect, how to access, and the best ways to use your scorecard to its fullest potential. Please review the details below and connect with your clinical care coordinator or performance improvement coordinator with any questions.

As you may know, clinically integrated networks are federally required to maintain a performance management system that tracks each physician’s performance and participation. To accomplish these reporting requirements, and to equip you with real-time insight into your performance, the Physician Scorecard was developed. Our goal was simple: Make it easy to access and easy to interpret with actionable next steps.  

Beginning May 1, you can access your scorecard any time through Tableau or OH Links. You will also receive a copy of your scorecard each month via email.

Scorecard Breakdown

Your scorecard provides a weighted breakdown according to the following categories:

Participation Criteria (30%)

Gated Metrics – must be completed to be eligible for performance year annual distribution payment.‍

Participation Metrics – must be completed to receive participation points which contribute to total annual performance.

  • Complete all additional annual learning modules assigned in OLN.

Performance Metrics (70%)

Quality Metrics – clinical quality measures are assigned according to physician specialty. These measures are worth a total of 70 points and are based on individual performance. The quality measures use integrated payor claims, information in EPIC including Care Everywhere, and select external EMR data to calculate physician performance.

Below are specialty-specific scorecard templates. The rows highlighted in green indicate quality or cost & utilization measures that are different from last year.

Panel Reports

In addition to your scorecard, your panel reports provide an added view of your patient panel, helping you understand where gaps in care may be happening, along with actionable steps to take. This tool is currently accessible through Tableau or Ochsner’s instance of Epic, and you can also request a panel report from your performance improvement or clinical care coordinator.

Key features of the dashboard include ability to:

  • Refer patients into programs like Outpatient Case Management and Digital Medicine
  • Identify patients who frequently visit the emergency department and those who have recently been discharged from the hospital
  • Generate patient lists to close care gaps for quality measures

For questions regarding your scorecard, please contact your performance improvement coordinator or your clinical care coordinator, or email

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