Americans' health care should be safe, coordinated, evidence-based, responsive to patient preferences, and continuously improving. The Affordable Care Act established the National Strategy for Quality Improvement in Health Care (the National Quality Strategy) to guide the efforts to increase access to high quality, affordable health care. The National Quality Strategy focuses on eliminating patient harms, reducing waste, and applying innovation in how care is delivered with the goal of ensuring that each patient receives the right care, at the right time, in the right setting, every time. The National Quality Strategy promotes quality health care in which the needs of patients, families, and communities guide the actions of all those who deliver and pay for care and it will foster a delivery system that works better for clinicians and provider organizations—reducing their administrative burdens and helping them collaborate to improve care. This dashboard includes measures that capture multiple dimensions of quality in various domains of the health care delivery system, including outpatient care, inpatient care, and nursing facilities. The national summary data for the measures that comprise this dashboard are presented below.