Caseload Profile by Clinic
This report generates a profile of the patients in a clinic's caseload for a selected date range. One or more clinics, or a stop code may be selected to represent the caseload. If stop code is selected, a report is generated for each clinic within that stop code. The percentage and overall mean are calculated based on the patient data for all of the clinics selected. Where only one clinic is selected, these values are not applicable.
NOTE: There must be at least one PCE encounter within the selected date range for this report, even though there may be lab, radiology, and outpatient pharmacy occasions of service with the other timeframes (6 & 12 months).
This report combines PCE encounter, Lab, Radiology, Outpatient Pharmacy, and Admissions data. It provides a profile of the patients making up a clinic's caseload, over a representative period of time. Clinical staff will decide the appropriate date range. Report areas are demographics of clinic caseload, preventive medicine, quality of care markers, and utilization. Patient age, diagnosis, gender, Lab assay, RX, and procedure are all used to generate the patient profile.
There are three separate timeframes for the report:
SELECTED DATE RANGE
THE SIX (6) MONTHS PREVIOUS TO BEGINNING DATE
THE TWELVE (12) MONTHS PREVIOUS TO BEGINNING DATE
Search ranges are listed at the top of each report section.
DEMOGRAPHICS are based on the selected date range.
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE is based on 1) ICD codes recorded in PCE encounter diagnoses and 2) Radiology for the period 12 months previous to the beginning date.
QUALITY OF CARE MARKERS are based on Laboratory results, PCE encounter diagnoses, and scheduling data for the period six months previous to the beginning date.
UTILIZATION data is based on PCE encounters and outpatient pharmacy prescriptions for the period 12 months previous to the beginning date.
The six and twelve-month profiles probably won't change much month-to-month. How long the report takes to run varies according to the number of selected clinics, the number of encounters within that clinic, and the complexity of the patient data for any selected clinic.
110PCE V. 1.0 User ManualAugust 1996