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Measure Number Title Description Steward 0004 Initiation and Engagement of Alcohol and other Drug Dependence Treatment: a. Initiation, b. Engagement Percentage of adults aged 18 and over diagnosed with
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Measure Number Title Description Steward 0004 Initiation and Engagement of Alcohol and other Drug Dependence Treatment: a. Initiation, b. Engagement Percentage of adults aged 18 and over diagnosed with AOD abuse or dependence and receiving a related service who initiate treatment. Assessment of the degree to which members engage in treatment with two additional AOD treatments within 30 days after initiating treatment Smoking Cessation, Medical assistance: a. Advising Smokers to Quit, b. Discussing Smoking Cessation Medications, c. Discussing Smoking Cessation Strategies Percentage of patients who received advice to quit smoking Percentage of patients whose practitioner recommended or discussed smoking cessation medications for Qualtiy 0028 Measure pair: a. Tobacco Use Assessment, b. Tobacco Cessation Intervention 0576 Follow-Up After Hospitalization for Mental Illness Percentage of patients who were queried about tobacco use one or more times during the two-year measurement period Percentage of patients identified as tobacco users who received cessation intervention during the two-year measurement period American Medical Association - Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement This measure assesses the percentage of discharges for members 6 years of age and older who were hospitalized for treatment of selected mental health disorders and who had an outpatient visit, an intensive outpatient encounter or partial hospitalization with a mental health practitioner. Two rates are reported.rate 1. The percentage of members who received follow-up within 30 days of discharge Rate 2. The percentage of members who received follow-up within 7 days of discharge TOB-1 Tobacco Use Screening Hospitalized patients age 18 years and older who are screened during the hospital stay for tobacco use (cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, pipe and cigars) within the past 30 days. This measure is intended to be used as part of a set of 4 linked measures addressing Tobacco Use (TOB-2; TOB-3; TOB-4). 3/16/ of 5 1654 TOB-2 Tobacco Use Treatment Provided or Offered (and the subset measure TOB-2a Tobacco Use Treatment) The measure is reported as an overall rate which includes all hospitalized patients 18 years of age and older to whom tobacco use treatment was provided during the hospital stay, or offered and refused, and a second rate, a subset of the first, which includes only those patients who received tobacco use treatment during the hospital stay. Refer to section 2a1.10 Stratification Details/Variables for the rationale for the addition of the subset measure. These measures are intended to be used as part of a set of 4 linked measures addressing Tobacco Use (TOB-1 Tobacco Use Screening; TOB-3 Tobacco Use Treatment Provided or Offered at Discharge; TOB-4 Tobacco Use: Assessing Status After Discharge.) 1656 TOB-3 Tobacco Use Treatment Provided or Offered at Discharge and the subset measure TOB-3a Tobacco Use Treatment at Discharge 1657 TOB-4 Tobacco Use: Assessing Status after Discharge The measure is reported as an overall rate which includes all hospitalized patients 18 years of age and older to whom tobacco use treatment was provided, or offered and refused, at the time of hospital discharge, and a second rate, a subset of the first, which includes only those patients who received tobacco use treatment at discharge. Treatment at discharge includes a referral to outpatient counseling and a prescription for one of the FDA-approved tobacco cessation medications. Hospitalized patients 18 years of age and older who are identified through the screening process as having used tobacco products (cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, pipe, and cigars) within the past 30 days who are contacted within 30 days after hospital discharge and follow-up information regarding tobacco use status is collected. This measure is intended to be used as part of a set of 4 linked measures addressing Tobacco Use. 3/16/ of 5 1661 SUB-1 Alcohol Use Screening Hospitalized patients 18 years of age and older who are screened during the hospital stay using a validated screening questionnaire for unhealthy alcohol use. This measure is intended to be used as part of a set of 4 linked (SUB-1 Alcohol Use Screening ; SUB-2 Alcohol Use Brief Intervention Provided or Offered; SUB-3 Alcohol and Other Drug Use Disorder Treatment Provided or Offered at Discharge; SUB-4 Alcohol and Drug Use: Assessing Status after Discharge) SUB-2 Alcohol Use Brief Intervention Provided or Offered and SUB-2a Alcohol Use Brief Intervention The measure is reported as an overall rate which includes all hospitalized patients 18 years of age and older to whom a brief intervention was provided, or offered and refused, and a second rate, a subset of the first, which includes only those patients who received a brief intervention. The Provided or Offered rate (SUB-2), describes patients who screened positive for unhealthy alcohol use who received or refused a brief intervention during the hospital stay. The Alcohol Use Brief Intervention (SUB-2a) rate describes only those who received the brief intervention during the hospital stay. Those who refused are not included. These measures are intended to be used as part of a set of 4 linked 3/16/ of 5 1664 SUB-3 Alcohol and Other Drug Use Disorder Treatment Provided or Offered at Discharge and SUB-3a Alcohol and Other Drug Use Disorder Treatment at Discharge The measure is reported as an overall rate which includes all hospitalized patients 18 years of age and older to whom alcohol or drug use disorder treatment was provided, or offered and refused, at the time of hospital discharge, and a second rate, a subset of the first, which includes only those patients who received alcohol or drug use disorder treatment at discharge. The Provided or Offered rate (SUB-3) describes patients who are identified with alcohol or drug use disorder who receive or refuse at discharge a prescription for FDA-approved medications for alcohol or drug use disorder, OR who receive or refuse a referral for addictions treatment. The Alcohol and Other Drug Disorder Treatment at Discharge (SUB-3a) rate describes only those who receive a prescription for FDA-approved medications for alcohol or drug use disorder OR a referral for addictions treatment. Those who refused are not included. These measures are intended to be used as part of a set of 4 linked 1665 SUB-4 Alcohol and Drug Use: Assessing Status After Discharge Hospitalized patients age 18 years and older who screened positive for unhealthy alcohol use or who received a diagnosis of alcohol or drug disorder during their inpatient stay, who are contacted within 30 days after hospital discharge and follow-up information regarding their alcohol or drug use status post discharge is collected. This measure is intended to be used as part of a set of 4 linked 1926 Cervical cancer screening for women with schizophrenia The percentage of women years and older with a schizophrenia diagnosis who received one or more Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer. 3/16/ of 5 1927 Cardiovascular health screening for people with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder who are prescribed antipsychotic medications 1932 Diabetes screening for people with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder who are prescribed antipsychotic medications or bipolar disorder who were prescribed any antipsychotic medication who received a cardiovascular health screening during the measurement year. or bipolar disorder, who were prescribed any antipsychotic medication, and who received a diabetes screening during the measurement year Cardiovascular health monitoring for people with cardiovascular disease and schizophrenia 1934 Diabetes monitoring for people with diabetes and schizophrenia The percentage of individuals years of age with a schizophrenia diagnosis and a diagnosis of cardiovascular disease who received a cardiovascular health monitoring test (LDL-C) during the measurement year. and diabetes who received diabetes monitoring as specified by an HbA1c test and LDL-C test during the measurement year Follow-Up After Hospitalization for Schizophrenia (7- and 30-day) The percentage of discharges for individuals years of age who were hospitalized for treatment of schizophrenia and who had an outpatient visit, an intensive outpatient encounter or partial hospitalization with a mental health practitioner. Two rates are reported. The percentage of individuals who received follow-up within 30 days of discharge The percentage of individuals who received follow-up within 7 days of discharge 1938 Emergency department utilization for mental health conditions by people with schizophrenia The percentage of individuals years of age with a schizophrenia diagnosis who had an emergency department admission for mental health. 3/16/ of 5
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