Table 21. Utilization of prescribed medications for treatment of diabetes and related conditions among adults with diabetes by project site. Fiscal year 2010

Fiscal year 2010

Findings from a set of 16 grants on improving delivery systems and on spreading evidence-based practices through delivery systems; recommendations and methods for advancing delivery system research.
Project site Diabetes-related medications Blood pressure medications Cholesterol medications
Percent of adults with 1+ prescriptions Average number of prescriptions per adult with 1+ prescriptions a Percent of adults with 1+ prescriptions Average number of prescriptions per adult with 1+ prescriptions a Percent of adults with 1+ prescriptions Average number of prescriptions per adult with 1+ prescriptions a
Site 01 74.1% 9.0 73.8% 5.3 53.4% 5.3
Site 02 77.2% 10.2 76.8% 6.1 62.0% 6.1
Site 03 80.7% 12.8 74.9% 6.8 53.1% 6.8
Site 04 78.8% 15.1 69.3% 10.6 52.7% 10.6
Site 06 78.5% 14.0 75.8% 9.4 62.3% 9.4
Site 08 81.4% 14.3 80.5% 8.5 57.6% 8.5
Site 09 78.9% 10.8 73.0% 6.5 44.2% 6.5
Site 10 77.7% 7.4 70.6% 3.7 48.7% 3.7
Site 11 80.8% 13.8 83.9% 8.6 63.6% 8.6
Site 12 84.0% 14.5 84.3% 8.2 64.1% 8.2
Site 13 71.9% 12.1 73.4% 8.8 59.0% 8.8
Site 14 78.9% 7.5 67.0% 4.0 44.1% 4.0
             
12 Project Sitesa 79.8% 11.8 76.9% 7.2 56.1% 7.2

a The number of prescriptions is the annual number of dispensed prescriptions. It is not the number of visits to the pharmacy.
b Two sites are excluded from the table due to incomplete pharmacy data.

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Internet Citation: Table 21. Utilization of prescribed medications for treatment of diabetes and related conditions among adults with diabetes by project site. Fiscal year 2010: Fiscal year 2010. June 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/system/delivery-system-initiative/ihs/chap5tab21.html