The National Chlamydia Coalition Adds 2014 HEDIS Data to Website

The National Chlamydia Coalition has added 2014 HEDIS data to its Quality Measures & Screening Recommendations webpage. Screening data is presented for commercial HMOs, commercial PPOs, and Medicaid HMOs. In 2014, Medicaid HMOs had the highest screening rates with 51.2% of women aged 16-20 and 60.1% of women aged 21-24 years being screened for chlamydia. Commercial PPOs had the lowest screening rates with only 38.3% of women aged 16-20 and 46.7% of women aged 21-24 years being screened for chlamydia. HEDIS data at the national and state level is also available for 2000-2014. Click here to learn more.

About Alyssa Kitlas

Alyssa Kitlas serves as a Program Analyst on NACCHO's HIV, STI, and Viral Hepatitis team. Her work includes projects on HIV, STI, and Viral Hepatitis prevention and care. Twitter: @AlyssaKitlas

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