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1. (WO2019048493) VISUALIZATION OF HEALTH QUALITY MEASURES
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CLAIMS

At least the following is claimed:

1 . A quality measure analysis system, comprising:

a computing device; and

a display screen, wherein the computing device is configured to render a graphical user interface on the display screen, the graphical user interface comprising a tree structure representing a quality measure, the tree structure comprising multiple nodes corresponding to respective features of the quality measure, wherein the nodes comprise patient population information, and wherein the tree structure provides a visual indication to a user of suspected anomalies in any one or a combination of patient care or processes corresponding to the quality measure.

2. The system of claim 1 , wherein one of the multiple nodes comprises a root level, wherein the root level comprises a patient count and a record count for a first condition, the root level comprising a first level, the root level comprising a Boolean AND, a Boolean NOT, a Boolean OR, or a single code.

3. The system of claim 2, wherein a threshold difference between a patient count at the first level and a total patient population provides an indication to the user of a suspected anomaly.

4. The system of claim 2, wherein the Boolean OR or the Boolean AND comprises an ordered list of items corresponding to the first condition, the items comprising any one or a combination of a current procedural terminology code procedure, a value set procedure, an agent procedure, a custom procedure, analytic tests, demographics, tags, industry standard diagnosis codes, value set diagnosis codes, agent diagnosis codes, or custom diagnosis codes.

5. The system of claim 2, wherein the multiple nodes comprise one or more additional levels connected to the root level, each of the one or more additional levels comprising a Boolean AND, a Boolean OR, a Boolean NOT, or a single code.

6. The system of claim 1 , wherein the tree structure comprises a numerator component and a denominator component, the numerator component and the denominator component corresponding to respective features of the quality measure, the numerator component and the denominator component comprising one or more levels of the multiple nodes.

7. The system of claim 6, wherein a threshold difference between the patient count of the root level and a patient count corresponding to at least a node of the numerator provides an indication to the user of a suspected anomaly.

8. The system of claim 6, wherein the quality measure features corresponding to the denominator are adjusted for the denominator for one or a combination of exclusions or exceptions, each comprising zero or more items.

9. The system of claim 6, wherein the graphical user interface enables a user to toggle between a view of the numerator component and a view of the denominator component.

10. The system of claim 1 , wherein at least one of the multiple nodes comprises a Boolean OR or a Boolean AND, the at least one of the multiple nodes comprising an ordered list of items, each of the items comprising a patient count and a record count for a first condition, the items comprising any one or a combination of current procedural terminology code procedure, a value set procedure, an agent procedure, a custom procedure, analytic tests, demographics, tags, industry standard diagnosis codes, value set diagnosis codes, agent diagnosis codes, or custom diagnosis codes.

1 1 . The system of claim 10, wherein a threshold difference between the record count and the patient count within at least one of the items provides an indication of a suspected anomaly.

12. The system of claim 10, wherein a relative broadness of the top listed item compared to availability of items corresponding to the first condition provides an indication of a suspected anomaly.

13. The system of claim 1 , wherein the graphical user interface comprises one or more fields to limit the tree structure to one or more parameters.

14. A computer-implemented quality measure analysis method, comprising:

receiving patient and measure data; and

rendering a graphical user interface on a display screen, the graphical user interface comprising a tree structure representing a quality measure, the tree structure comprising multiple nodes corresponding to respective features of the quality measure, wherein the nodes comprise patient population information, and wherein the tree structure provides a visual indication to a user of suspected anomalies in any one or a combination of patient care or processes corresponding to the quality measure.

15. The method of claim 14, wherein rendering comprises rendering one of the multiple nodes as a root level, wherein the root level comprises a patient count and a record count for a first condition, the root level comprising a first level, the root level comprising a Boolean AND, a Boolean OR, a Boolean NOT, or a single code.

16. The method of claim 15, further comprising providing an indication to a user of a suspected anomaly based on a threshold difference between patient count at the first level and total patient population.

17. The method of claim 15, wherein rendering comprises rendering a numerator component and a denominator component, the numerator component and the

denominator component corresponding to respective features of the quality measure, the numerator component and the denominator component comprising one or more levels of the multiple nodes, wherein a threshold difference between the patient count of the root level and a patient count corresponding to at least a node of the numerator provides an indication to the user of a suspected anomaly.

18. The method of claim 14, wherein rendering comprises rendering at least one of the multiple nodes as a Boolean OR or a Boolean AND, the at least one of the multiple nodes comprising an ordered list of items, each of the items comprising a patient count and a record count for a first condition, the items comprising any one or a combination of current procedural terminology code procedure, a value set procedure, an agent procedure, a custom procedure, analytic tests, demographics, tags, industry standard diagnosis codes, value set diagnosis codes, agent diagnosis codes, or custom diagnosis codes.

19. The method of claim 18, further comprising providing an indication to a user of a suspected anomaly based on one or any combination of a threshold difference between the record count and the patient count within at least one of the items or a relative broadness of the top listed item compared to availability of items corresponding to the first condition.

20. A non-transitory computer readable medium encoded with executable

instructions that, when executed by one or more processors, causes the one or more processors to:

receive patient and measure data; and

render a graphical user interface on a display screen, the graphical user interface comprising a tree structure representing a quality measure, the tree structure comprising multiple nodes corresponding to respective features of the quality measure, wherein the nodes comprise patient population information, and wherein the tree structure provides a visual indication to a user of suspected anomalies in any one or a combination of patient care or processes corresponding to the quality measure.