Table F.1. NHQR quality measures for all conditions when available by State, alphabetically Alabama through Missouri (continued)

Diabetes Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action

Part 1 - Alabama-Florida
Measure TitleYearMetricU.S. Est.AL Sig.AK Sig.AZ Sig.AR Sig.CA Sig.CO Sig.CT Sig.DE Sig.DC Sig.FL Sig.SourceNHQR Table
Long-Term Care
Nursing facility care:
Chronic care: Percent of residents with paino-q2002Percent10.66nsn/a-ns+-+nsn/ansMDS1.87jj-ll
Chronic care: Late-loss ability in basic daily tasks worseningp-r2002Percent15.44nsn/ansns+ns-nsn/ansMDS1.88jj-ll
Chronic care: Infections prevalence: urinary tract infectionsp, s-u2002Percent16.06-n/an/an/ansn/a+nsn/an/aMDS1.89a
Chronic care: Infections prevalence: multiple types of infectionsp, t-u, kk2002Percent14.11n/an/a-nsn/a+n/an/an/a-MDS1.89b
Chronic care: Stage 1-4 pressure ulcer prevalencet, t, v2002Percent8.50nsn/ansnsnsnsnsnsn/ansMDS1.90ajj-ll
Chronic care: Stage 1-4 pressure ulcer prevalence (with adjustment for facility admission profile over past year) t, v2002Percent8.61+n/ansns+++nsn/a-MDS1.90b
Chronic care: Physical restraint uset, v2002Percent9.73+n/a---+-+n/a+MDS1.91jj-ll
Post acute care: Failure to improve/manage delirium symptomst, v2002Percent3.82+n/ansns+nsnsn/an/a+MDS1.92ajj-ll
Post acute care: Failure to improve/manage delirium symptoms (with adjustment for facility admission profile over past year)t, v2002Percent3.72+n/ansns+nsnsn/an/a+MDS1.92bjj-ll
Post acute care: Percent of residents with paint, v2002Percent25.44+n/a-+--nsn/an/ansMDS1.93jj-ll
Post acute care: Improvement in walkingt, v2002Percent30.31nsn/ans-+ns+n/an/a+MDS1.94jj-ll
Home health care
Outcome: Improvement in upper body dressingx2002Risk-adj'd percent61.29-ns+-ns+-nsnsnsOASIS1.95jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in management of oral medicationsy2002Risk-adj'd percent35.02--+ns+--ns++OASIS1.96jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in bathingz2002Risk-adj'd percent56.76-ns+ns++--ns+OASIS1.97jj-kk
Outcome: Stabilization in bathingaa2002Risk-adj'd percent90.76ns+ns+++ns--+OASIS1.98jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in transferringbb/2002Risk-adj'd percent48.49+ns+--ns-ns++OASIS1.99jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in ambulation/locomotioncc2002Risk-adj'd percent33.86ns-+ns+--nsns+OASIS1.100jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in toiletingdd2002Risk-adj'd percent59.27nsns+ns-+nsnsnsnsOASIS1.101jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in pain interfering with activityee2002Risk-adj'd percent56.82--ns-+-++++OASIS1.102jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in dyspneaff2002Risk-adj'd percent53.23-ns+-+++++-OASIS1.103jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in urinary incontinencegg2002Risk-adj'd percent47.14--+-+ns++++OASIS1.104jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in confusion frequencyhh2002Risk-adj'd percent39.89--+-+-ns+ns+OASIS1.105jj-kk
Outcome: Acute care hospitalizationii2002Risk-adj'd percent27.77ns++-++--ns+OASIS1.106jj-kk
Part 2: Georgia-Kansas
Measure TitleYearMetricU.S. Est.GA Sig.HI Sig.ID Sig.IL Sig.IN Sig.IA Sig.KS Sig.SourceNHQR Table
Long-Term Care
Nursing facility care
Chronic care: Percent of residents with paino-q2002Percent10.66nsns-+ns--MDS1.87jj-ll
Chronic care: Late-loss ability in basic daily tasks worseningp-r2002Percent15.44+n/a-+-+nsMDS1.88jj-ll
Chronic care: Infections prevalence: urinary tract infectionsp, s-u2002Percent16.06n/ansn/an/an/an/an/aMDS1.89a
Chronic care: Infections prevalence: multiple types of infectionsp, t-u, kk2002Percent14.11+n/a-+-+-MDS1.89b
Chronic care: Stage 1-4 pressure ulcer prevalencet, v2002Percent8.50nsnsnsnsnsnsnsMDS1.90ajj-ll
Chronic care: Stage 1-4 pressure ulcer prevalence (with adjustment for facility admission profile over past year) t, v2002Percent8.61-++ns-++MDS1.90b
Chronic care: Physical restraint uset, v2002Percent9.73-ns+++++MDS1.91jj-ll
Post acute care: Failure to improve/manage delirium symptomst, 2002Percent3.82nsn/a-nsns-nsMDS1.92ajj-ll
Post acute care: Failure to improve/manage delirium symptoms (with adjustment for facility admission profile over past year)t, v2002Percent3.72nsn/ansnsns-nsMDS1.92bjj-ll
Post acute care: Percent of residents with paint, v2002Percent25.44nsn/a-++--MDS1.93jj-ll
Post acute care: Improvement in walkingt, v2002Percent30.31nsn/ansns-nsnsMDS1.94jj-ll
Home health care
Outcome: Improvement in upper body dressingx2002Risk-adj'd percent61.29ns+++ns-nsOASIS1.95jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in management of oral medicationsy2002Risk-adj'd percent35.02---+---OASIS1.96jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in bathingz2002Risk-adj'd percent56.76-++----OASIS1.97jj-kk
Outcome: Stabilization in bathingaa2002Risk-adj'd percent90.76-++--++OASIS1.98jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in transferringbb/2002Risk-adj'd percent48.49+nsnsns+--OASIS1.99jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in ambulation/locomotioncc2002Risk-adj'd percent33.86nsns-nsns--OASIS1.100jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in toiletingdd2002Risk-adj'd percent59.27nsnsnsns+nsnsOASIS1.101jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in pain interfering with activityee2002Risk-adj'd percent56.82---+---OASIS1.102jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in dyspneaff2002Risk-adj'd percent53.23-+ns+---OASIS1.103jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in urinary incontinencegg2002Risk-adj'd percent47.14++-+---OASIS1.104jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in confusion frequencyhh2002Risk-adj'd percent39.89+ns-+---OASIS1.105jj-kk
Outcome: Acute care hospitalizationii2002Risk-adj'd percent27.77-++nsns-nsOASIS1.106jj-kk
Part 3- Kentucky to Missouri
Measure TitleYearMetricU.S. Est.KY Sig.LA Sig.ME Sig.MD Sig.MA Sig.MI Sig.MN Sig.MS Sig.MO Sig.SourceNHQR Table
Long-Term Care
Nursing facility care:
Chronic care: Percent of residents with paino-q2002Percent10.66ns++++ns-+-MDS1.87jj-ll
Chronic care: Late-loss ability in basic daily tasks worseningp-r2002Percent15.44-+-ns-+nsns+MDS1.88jj-ll
Chronic care: Infections prevalence: urinary tract infections s-u2002Percent16.06n/an/an/ans-nsn/an/an/aMDS1.89a
Chronic care: Infections prevalence: multiple types of infectionsp, t-u, kk2002Percent14.11-++n/an/an/a++nsMDS1.89b
Chronic care: Stage 1-4 pressure ulcer prevalencet, v2002Percent8.50nsnsnsnsnsnsnsnsnsMDS1.90ajj-ll
Chronic care: Stage 1-4 pressure ulcer prevalence (with adjustment for facility admission profile over past year) t, v2002Percent8.61--ns-ns++ns+MDS1.90b
Chronic care: Physical restraint uset, v2002Percent9.73+-+ns+++-+MDS1.91jj-ll
Post acute care: Failure to improve/manage delirium symptomst, v2002Percent3.82+-nsnsnsnsnsns-MDS1.92ajj-ll
Post acute care: Failure to improve/manage delirium symptoms (with adjustment for facility admission profile over past year)t, v2002Percent3.72nsnsnsnsnsnsnsns-MDS1.92bjj-ll
Post acute care: Percent of residents with paint, v2002Percent25.44++ns+ns--+-MDS1.93jj-ll
Post acute care: Improvement in walkingt, v2002Percent30.31--+ns-++-nsMDS1.94jj-ll
Home health care
Outcome: Improvement in upper body dressingx2002Risk-adj'd percent61.29--ns+-+ns-+OASIS1.95jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in management of oral medicationsy2002Risk-adj'd percent35.02-+-ns-+-+-OASIS1.96jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in bathingz2002Risk-adj'd percent56.76-+---+--nsOASIS1.97jj-kk
Outcome: Stabilization in bathingaa2002Risk-adj'd percent90.76-+---ns---OASIS1.98jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in transferringbb/2002Risk-adj'd percent48.49+-++-+-ns+OASIS1.99jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in ambulation/locomotioncc2002Risk-adj'd percent33.86nsns-+-ns-+-OASIS1.100jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in toiletingdd2002Risk-adj'd percent59.27ns-ns+ns+nsns+OASIS1.101jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in pain interfering with activityee2002Risk-adj'd percent56.82---+ns+---OASIS1.102jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in dyspneaff2002Risk-adj'd percent53.23--ns+ns+ns-+OASIS1.103jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in urinary incontinencegg2002Risk-adj'd percent47.14--ns+++--nsOASIS1.104jj-kk
Outcome: Improvement in confusion frequencyhh2002Risk-adj'd percent39.89---+ns+-ns+OASIS1.105jj-kk
Outcome: Acute care hospitalizationii2002Risk-adj'd percent27.77---+-+--+OASIS1.106jj-kk

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Internet Citation: Table F.1. NHQR quality measures for all conditions when available by State, alphabetically Alabama through Missouri (continued): Diabetes Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action. August 2008. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/quality-resources/tools/diabguide/diabqguidetabf.1b.html