The Gaps in Care Measure Listing View displays one row per patient for each measure the patient is qualified for.  This view only contains patients that qualify for at least one denominator in the selected program.

Like these other views, the GIC Registry View supports the concept of filters and sort settings. The filters are the Selection Criteria on the selection screen.

The sort options are a list of the columns that appear in the grid that can be ordered as need - the default for the view is Patient Name ascending.

After the user has selected the Measure Listing View, they also must make selections to include:

  • The program to use (only one at a time is supported)
  • All or a sub-set of measures from the selected program
  • Effective date using a limited set of dates
  • One population filter (optional)
  • All or a sub-set of practices  (selection of practices available only to Organization-level users; practice-level users will see only their practice)
  • Gap Status (defaults to All)
  • Gender (optional)
  • Age threshold (optional)

An example of the Measure Listing Report View appears below:

In this example, the Gap Status was left as All. You see a row for each of the selected measures where that patient was in the eligible population and a status of either Met or Gap.


The user can adjust the filters using the edit icon. The filters displayed are those made on the GIC selection screen.


The default sort is Patient Name ascending, but the user can use the edit icon for the Sort By options to expand the sorting options, combining several sorting criteria and ordering them. Once you have selected the sorting options and ordered them, select Save and Refresh List.

Exporting the Report

Select the Export button in the upper left of the report. A .xlsx file is generated and the user is prompted to select a file location to save the file. Unlike the Registry View, the Measure Listing export does not re-order the columns.