2018 Common Ground Health Clinic Health Center Program Awardee Data

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

3-year project period; end date 12/31/2021

Service Area Map

Total Patients: 1,155

UDS Data Comparisons

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  2016 2017 2018
Total Patients 1,820 3,026 1,155
Age (% of total patients)
Percentage of Children (< 18 years old) - 0.33% 3.03%
Number of Children (< 18 years old) - 10 35
Percentage of Adults (18 to 64) 97.86% 92.89% 92.12%
Number of Adults (18 to 64) 1,781 2,811 1,064
Percentage of Older Adults (Age 65 and over) 2.14% 6.77% 4.85%
Number of Older Adults (Age 65 and over) 39 205 56
Patients By Race & Ethnicity (% known)
Percentage of Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients 72.58% 73.06% 83.46%
Number of Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients 1,321 2,134 868
Percentage of Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity Patients 17.69% 24.68% 21.30%
Number of Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity Patients 322 721 240
Percentage of Non-Hispanic White Patients 27.71% 26.94% 19.59%
Number of Non-Hispanic White Patients 499 787 172
Percentage of Asian Patients 1 0.00% 0.89% 0.23%
Number of Asian Patients1 0 26 2
Percentage of Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander Patients 1 0.00% - 0.23%
Number of Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Patients 1 0 - 2
Percentage of Black/African American Patients1 62.24% 59.19% 72.32%
Number of Black/African American1 1,121 1,729 635
Percentage of American Indian/Alaska Native Patients 1 0.00% - 0.23%
Number of American Indian/Alaska Native Patients1 0 - 2
Percentage of Patients with More than one race 1 - - -
Number of Patients with More than one race 1 - - -
Total Patients with Known Race Ethnicity (Denominator) 1,801 2,921 878
Total Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients (Denominator) 1,820 2,921 1,040
Total Hispanic/Latino & Non-Hispanic Latino Patients (Denominator for Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity) 1,820 2,921 1,127
Language (% known)
Percentage of Patients Best Served in a Language Other Than English 23.19% 22.04% 17.58%
Number of Patients Best Served in a Language Other Than English 422 667 203
  2016 2017 2018
Income Status (% of patients with known income)
Total Patients with Known Income (Denominator) 1,487 2,829 812
Percentage of Patients at or below 200% of Federal Poverty Guideline 98.72% 84.13% 98.40%
Number of Patients at or below 200% of Poverty 1,468 2,380 799
Percentage of Patients at or below 100% of Poverty 79.42% 61.51% 90.52%
Number of Patients at or below 100% of Poverty 1,181 1,740 735
Insurance Status (% of total patients)
Percentage of Uninsured Patients 40.55% 55.39% 39.83%
Number of Uninsured Patients 738 1,676 460
Percentage of Children Uninsured (age 0-17 years) - - 28.57%
Number of Children Uninsured (age 0-17 years) - - 10
Percentage of Medicaid/CHIP Patients2 37.58% 26.37% 44.07%
Number of Medicaid/CHIP Patients 2 684 798 509
Percentage of Medicare Patients 4.12% 5.65% 6.32%
Number of Medicare Patients 75 171 73
Percentage of Dually Eligible (Medicare and Medicaid) Patients - - 1.99%
Number of Dually Eligible (Medicare and Medicaid) Patients (included in above) - - 23
Percentage of Patients with Other Third Party Payer 17.75% 12.59% 9.78%
Number of Patients with Other Third Party Payer 323 381 113
Total Insurance Source Patients (Denominator) 1,820 3,026 1,155
Total Insurance Source Patients Aged 0 - 17 (Denominator) - 10 35
Special Populations
Percentage of Homeless Patients 0.77% 0.89% 0.09%
Number of Homeless Patients 14 27 1
Percentage of Agricultural Worker Patients 0.71% - -
Number of Agricultural Worker Patients 13 - -
Percentage of Patients Served at a Health Center Located In or Immediately Accessible to a Public Housing Site - - -
Number of Patients Served at a Health Center Located In or Immediately Accessible to a Public Housing Site - - -
Percentage of School-Based Health Center Patients - - -
Number of School-Based Health Center Patients - - -
Percentage of Veterans Patients 0.60% 0.96% -
Number of Veteran Patients 11 29 -
Gender of Patients by Age (% Female)
Percentage of Female Patients (ages 15-44) 60.29% 47.56% 52.00%
Number of Female Patients (ages 15-44) 753 878 351
Percentage of Patients Under 15 Who are Female - 0.22% 2.22%
Number of Patients Under 15 Who are Female - 4 15
Percentage of Patients 15-64 Who are Female 98.08% 93.45% 92.15%
Number of Patients 15-64 Who are Female 1,225 1,725 622
Percentage of Patients 65 and Over Who are Female 1.92% 6.34% 5.63%
Number of Patients 65 and Over Who are Female 24 117 38
Total Female Patients (Denominator) 1,249 1,846 675
Services (% of patients) 2016 2017 2018
Percentage of Medical Patients 100.00% 100.00% 94.37%
Number of Medical Patients 1,820 3,026 1,090
Percentage of Dental Patients - - -
Number of Dental Patients - - -
Percentage of Mental Health Patients - - 3.90%
Number of Mental Health Patients - - 45
Percentage of Substance Use Disorder Patients - - -
Number of Substance Use Disorder Patients - - -
Percentage of Vision Patients - - -
Number of Vision Patients - - -
Percentage of Enabling Patients - 0.00% 1.73%
Number of Enabling Services Patients - 0 20
Total Patients (Denominator) 1,820 3,026 1,155
  2016 2017 201811
Patients
Medical Conditions (% of Patients with Medical Conditions)
Percentage of Hypertension Patients4 28.35% 32.59% 32.51%
Number of Hypertension Patients4 516 983 343
Percentage of Diabetes Patients5 17.21% 17.91% 19.97%
Number of Diabetes Patients5 312 536 209
Percentage of Asthma Patients 9.78% 4.33% 4.59%
Number of Asthma Patients 178 131 50
Percentage of Symptomatic/Asymptomatic HIV Patients 0.49% 0.33% 0.09%
Number of Symptomatic/Asymptomatic HIV Patients 9 10 1
Prenatal
Number of Prenatal Patients 6 - - 1
Number of Prenatal Patients who Delivered - - 1
  2016 2017 2018 Adjusted Quartile Ranking 7
2017 2018
Quality of Care Measures
Perinatal Health
Percentage of Prenatal Patients with Access to Prenatal Care (First Prenatal Visit in 1st Trimester) - - 100.00% - -
Number of Access to Prenatal Care (First Prenatal Visit in 1st Trimester) - - 1 - -
Percentage of Newborns with Low and Very Low Birth Weight - - 0.00% - -
Number of Newborns with Low Birth Weight - - 0 - -
Preventive Health Screening & Services
Percentage of Patients Screened for Cervical Cancer12 63.27% 45.03% 51.69% - 3
Number of Patients Screened for Cervical Cancer12 677 739 260 - -
Percentage of Children Age 3-17 for Weight Screening and Counseling on Nutrition and Physical Activity - 40.00% 54.55% - -
Number of Children Age 3-17 with Weight Assessment and Counseling for Nutrition and Physical Activity - 4 12 - -
Percentage of Adult Medical Patients Age 18 and Older with Body Mass Index (BMI) Screening and Follow-Up 68.44% 77.35% 45.43% - 4
Number of Adult Medical Patients Age 18 and Older with Body Mass Index (BMI) Screening and Follow-Up 1,169 2,012 472 - -
Percentage of Adult Medical Patients Age 18 and Older Screened for Tobacco Use and Received Cessation Counseling13 81.67% 86.60% 95.86% - 1
Number of Adult Medical Patients Age 18 and Older Screened for Tobacco Use and Received Cessation Counseling 1,395 2,612 1,023 - -
Percentage of Patients Screened for Colorectal Cancer14 58.74% 63.51% 29.95% - 3
Number of Patients Screened for Colorectal Cancer 353 811 118 - -
Percentage of Children 2 Years of Age Who Received Age Appropriate Vaccines by Their 2nd Birthday 8 - 100.00% 0.00% - -
Number of Children 2 Years of Age Who Received Age Appropriate Vaccines by Their 2nd Birthday 8 - 1 0 - -
Percentage of Patients Screened for Clinical Depression and if Positive had a Follow-Up Plan Documented 15 84.84% 95.63% 91.31% - 1
Number of Patients Screened for Clinical Depression and if Positive had a Follow-Up Plan Documented 15 1,449 2,888 914 - -
Percentage of Children 6 through 9 Years of Age at Moderate to High Risk of Caries Who Received a Sealant on a First Permanent Molar16 - - - - -
Number of Children 6 through 9 Years of Age at Moderate to High Risk of Caries Who Received a Sealant on a First Permanent Molar16 - - - - -
Chronic Disease Management
Percentage of Persistent Asthmatic Patients Treated with Appropriate Pharmacological Intervention17 48.57% 59.32% 81.82% - -
Number of Persistent Asthmatic Patients Treated with Appropriate Pharmacological Intervention17 17 35 9 - -
Percentage of Patients Aged 18 and Older Diagnosed with Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) and Prescribed a Lipid Lowering Therapy 52.08% 41.77% 100.00% - -
Number of Patients Aged 18 and Older Diagnosed with Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) and Prescribed a Lipid Lowering Therapy 25 33 2 - -
Percentage of Patients Age 18 and Older Diagnosed with Ischemic Vascular Disease (IVD): Use of Aspirin or Another Antithrombotic 29.51% 42.97% 84.62% - -
Number of Patients Age 18 and Older Diagnosed with Ischemic Vascular Disease (IVD): Use of Aspirin or Another Antithrombotic 18 55 11 - -
Percentage of Patients with Hypertension (HTN) Whose Blood Pressure (BP) was Controlled (< 140/90 mmHg)18 55.23% 56.87% 57.43% - 3
Number of Patients with Hypertension (HTN) Whose Blood Pressure (BP) was Controlled (< 140/90 mmHg) 18 285 559 197 - -
Percentage of Diabetic Patients with Poorly Controlled Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c > 9%) or No Test During Year19 39.42% 16.23% 38.28% - 3
Number of Diabetic Patients with Poorly Controlled Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c > 9%) or No Test During Year 19 123 87 80 - -
Percentage of Patients Who were Newly Diagnosed HIV and Received Follow-up Treatment 33.33% 50.00% 100.00% - -
Number of HIV Patients Who were Newly Diagnosed HIV and Received Follow-up Treatment 1 2 1 - -
  2016 2017 2018
Cost Data
Health Center Service Grant Expenditures $926,252 $1,829,379 $1,835,295
Total Accrued Costs (Excluding Donations) $910,357 $1,611,096 $2,090,716
Total Accrued Cost per Total Patient $500.20 $532.42 $1,810.14
Program Conditions 10

There are no conditions for this grantee

Footnotes

'-' - Data cannot be calculated or has been suppressed for confidentiality purposes.

  1. Includes Hispanic/Latino and Non-Hispanic/Latino.
  2. Includes Medicaid, Medicaid CHIP, and Other Public Insurance CHIP.
  3. Measure revised in 2014 UDS to include patients served in health centers with and without Public Housing Primary Care funding.
  4. Hypertensive adults as a percent of estimated adult medical patients of ages 18-85.
  5. Diabetic adults as a percent of estimated adult medical patients of ages 18-75.
  6. All health centers who provide prenatal care directly or by referral are included in the prenatal care calculations, effective 2014.
  7. Adjusted Quartile Rankings: Provides a health center's adjusted quartile ranking compared to health centers nationally for each of the clinical performance measures. Clinical performance for each measure is ranked from quartile 1 (highest 25% of reporting health center) to quartile 4 (lowest 25% of reporting health centers). Adjusted quartile ranking is not calculated when there are fewer than 30 patients in the universe count. To learn more about the Health Center Adjusted Quartile Ranking please refer to https://bphc.hrsa.gov/datareporting/reporting/ranking.html and for FAQ's please refer to https://bphc.hrsa.gov/datareporting/reporting/rankingfaq.html.
  8. Childhood Immunization Status: Change to the denominator in 2016 may affect 2015-2017 trends: Children 2 years of age (previously 3 years of age). Change to the exclusions criteria: No longer permits exclusion of patients not seen ever prior to turning 2. Change to the numerator: Adds 1 Hepatitis A (Hep A), 2 or 3 rotavirus (RV), and 2 influenza (flu) vaccines. Please see: https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm/measures/cms117v5
  9. Measure changed in 2015 to address uncontrolled diabetes for patients with Hba1c > 9.
  10. Program conditions are based on non-compliance with Health Center Program requirements and are updated daily. To learn more about the Health Center Program requirements, please visit https://bphc.hrsa.gov/programrequirements/compliancemanual/index.html.
  11. Effective with calendar year 2016 reporting, clinical quality measures (CQMs) were changed to align with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ electronic specified clinical quality measures (eCQMs) and therefore caution should be used for trends between 2015 and 2016 UDS CQMs. Health centers are encouraged to review the year over year differences before using for comparisons.
  12. Cervical Cancer Screening: Change to the denominator in 2016 may affect 2015-2017 trends: Women age 23 through 64 years (previously age 24 through 64 years). Change to the numerator: No longer includes concurrent human papillomavirus (HPV) and Pap test for those ages 30 and older. Please see: https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm/measures/cms124v5
  13. Tobacco Use: Screening and Cessation Intervention: Change to the denominator in 2016 may affect 2015-2017 trends: Includes patients seen twice for medical care or at least once for a preventive visit. Change to the exclusions criteria: Documentation of medical reason(s) for not screening for tobacco use (e.g., limited life expectancy, other medical reason). Please see: https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm/measures/cms138v5
  14. Colorectal Cancer Screening: Change to the denominator in 2016 may affect 2015-2017 trends: Patients age 50 through 75 (previously 51 through 74). Please see: https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm/measures/cms130v5
  15. Screening for Depression and Follow Up Plan: Change to the denominator in 2016 may affect 2015-2017 trends: Do not include patients who refuse to participate, urgent or emergent situations, or if the patient's functional capacity or motivation to improve impacts the accuracy of results. Please see: https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm/measures/cms002v6
  16. The Dental Sealants Screening measure was introduced in 2015 and is not comparable to prior years.
  17. Use of Appropriate Medications for Asthma: Change to the denominator in 2016 may affect 2015-2017 trends: Patients age 5 through 64 years (previously age 5 through 40 years), eligibility not limited to individuals with 2 medical visits ever. Change to the exclusions criteria: Patients with emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis, or acute respiratory failure during or prior to the measurement period, patients with allergic reactions to asthma medications are no longer excluded from the measure denominator. Please see: https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm/measures/cms126v5
  18. Controlling High Blood Pressure: Change to the denominator in 2016 may affect 2015-2017 trends: Age 18 through 85 years (previously age 18 through 84 years), eligibility no longer limited to patients with at least 2 medical visits during the measurement, must be essential diagnosis. Change to the exclusions criteria: Exclude patients with dialysis or renal transplant before or during the measurement period and chronic kidney disease, Stage 5 (in addition to evidence of end state renal disease), and patients with a diagnosis of pregnancy during the measurement period year. Please see: https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm/measures/cms165v5
  19. Diabetes: Hemoglobin A1c Poor Control: Change to the denominator in 2016 may affect 2015-2017 trends: Age 18 through 75 years (previously age 18 through 74), eligibility no longer limited to patients with at least 2 medical visits during the measurement year. Please see https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm/measures/cms122v5

*Note: Health center profile data are aggregated to the health center parent organizational level, which may be comprised of multiple service delivery sites.

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