Prevalence of and Contributing Factors to Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations among Adult Maryland Medicaid Enrollees
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SubjectsPreventable Hospitalizations among Adult Maryland Medicaid Enrollees
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's Prevention Quality Indicators (PQIs) methodology
Hilltop staff made several presentations at the 2015 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM) held June 13 through June 15 in Minneapolis. Senior Policy Analyst Shamis Mohamoud, MA, presented this poster at an ARM poster session on June 15. The objective of the analysis presented in the poster is to explore the prevalence of potentially preventable hospitalizations among adult Medicaid enrollees in Maryland, and the characteristics associated with increased likelihood of a potentially preventable hospitalization.