Primary Care Clinical Quality, FY17/18

MAP and Sliding Fee Scale Patients

The CCC measures the quality of care patients receive at contracted primary care clinics. These indicators address chronic health conditions of significance to our population and important preventive care and screenings.

These data represent aggregate results across Medical Access Program and Sliding Fee Scale populations, based on data collected by CCC contracted primary care partners CommUnityCare, Lone Star Circle of Care, People’s Community Clinic, and El Buen Samaritano.  

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Kidney damage is a rare side effect of these medications which are used to treat high blood pressure. This chart shows the percentage of patients 18 years of age and older with 180 days of treatment whose kidney function was tested as recommended.

People with diabetes are more prone to circulatory and nerve problems that can affect their feet. This chart shows the percentage of diabetic patients ages 18 – 75 who received a complete foot examination (visual inspection, a sensory exam and a pulse exam) within the last year.

Diabetes can impact a patient’s kidney function. This chart shows the percentage of diabetic patients ages 18 – 75 who were screened for nephropathy (kidney dam- age) as recommended within the last year.

Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) is a measure of blood sugar control over the last three months. This chart shows the percentage of diabetic patients ages 18 – 75 whose most recent HbA1c was <8.0 during the measurement year.

This chart shows the percentage of diabetic patients ages 18 – 75 whose most recent recorded blood pressure during the measurement year was below 140/90.

This chart shows the percentage of patients 18 years and older whose BMI was measured at their last visit or within six months before that visit AND when the BMI was out of range (too high or too low), these patients were given a follow-up plan at the visit or within the previous six months.

This chart shows the percentage of women ages 21 – 64 who received a Pap test as recommended to screen for cervical cancer.

This chart shows the percentage of adults ages 50 – 75 who were screened for colorectal cancer as recommended.

This chart shows the percentage of patients 18 years or older who were screened for tobacco use within the last 24 months AND if they were a tobacco user, these patients were given tobacco cessation counseling.

This chart shows the percentage of patients with hypertension ages 18-85 whose most recent recorded blood pressure during the measurement year was below 140/90.

This chart shows the percentage of patients 12 years old or older screened for clinical depression using an age-appropriate standardized tool AND if the screening was positive, these patients were given a follow-up plan on the same day.