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Table 1. Asthma Processes of Care Moderately to Strongly Correlated Within the Managed Care Organization and Their Frequency of Use in Medicaid Managed Care Practice Sites
Percent Usually or Always Using Process
Delivery System Design
Ensure primary care followup after urgent care visit
Use asthma nurses or other case managers
Give feedback reports to providers to improve asthma care
Provide registries to clinicians
Use registries to prompt clinicians regarding guidelines
Source: Lozano P, Grothaus LC, Finkelstein JA, et al. Variability in asthma care and services for low-income populations among practice sites in managed Medicaid systems. Health Serv Res 2003; 38 (6 Pt I):1563-78.
Internet Citation: Chronic Care for Low-Income Children with Asthma: Table 1. Asthma Processes of Care Moderately to Strongly Correlated Within the Managed Care Organization and Their Frequency of Use in Medicaid Managed Care Practice Sites.
June 2005. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://archive.ahrq.gov/research/findings/factsheets/children/chastria/chasthtab1.html
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