CMS 153 - Chlamydia Screening for Women
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CMS 153 / Quality ID #310
Percentage of women 16-24 years of age who were identified as sexually active and who had at least one test for chlamydia during the measurement period.
||Women 16 to 24 years of age by the end of the measurement period who are sexually active and who had a visit in the measurement period.
- Patient’s age is calculated based on the patient’s Date of Birth, which was entered when you created the patient’s account.
- Create a note detailing the patient’s office visit.
- A diagnosis of "HIV", "Complications of Pregnancy", "Childbirth and the Puerperium", or "Diagnoses Used to Indicate Sexual Activity" documented in Problems will classify a woman as sexually active.
- Contraceptives documented in Medications will classify a woman as sexually active.
- "Pregnancy Test", "Pap Test", "Lab Tests during Pregnancy", "Lab Tests for Sexually Transmitted Infections", or "Diagnostic Studies during Pregnancy" documented under Labs/Studies will classify a woman as sexually active.
- "Procedures Used to Indicate Sexual Activity " documented under Hospitalizations/Procedures in History will classify a woman as sexually active.
- Patients marked as "Sexually active" in Social History are also included in the denominator.
||Women who are only eligible for the initial population due to a pregnancy test and who had an x-ray or an order for a specified medication within 7 days of the pregnancy test.
Exclude patients who are in hospice care for any part of the measurement period.
- Hospice is documented under Hospice in History. These patients will be excluded from the denominator.
||Women with at least one chlamydia test during the measurement period.
|Office Visit Documentation:
Once all steps have been completed, the measure will be added to the Quality Measures Report.
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