Reducing Tobacco Use in Oregon Through Multisector Collaboration: Aligning Medicaid and Public Health Programs
IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION — Volume 17 — December 10, 2020
Illustration of the electronic health record–based specifications used in calculating the prevalence measure. The figure consists of 3 concentric circles. The largest circle includes the denominator for rates 2 and 3: Medicaid members aged 13 years or older with a qualifying visit in the measurement period and smoking and/or tobacco status recorded as structural data. The smaller second circle is the rate 3 numerator: cigarette smokers and/or tobacco users. The smallest circle contained within the other 2 circles is the rate 2 numerator: cigarette smokers.
Electronic health record–based prevalence measure specifications, rate 2, Oregon’s CCO Quality Incentive Program, 2016–2018.
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