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Figure 2. From: Prevention and management of chronic disease in Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services in Queensland: a quality improvement study assessing change in selected clinical performance indicators over time in a cohort of services.

Proportion of regular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults with current health assessments* by age group attending participating health services in Queensland between February 2010 and February 2012. *Health assessment: comprehensive review of patients health—a billed Medicare Item 715 within the past 2 years (formerly an ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health check’). Lipid and renal tests are optional for adults.

K S Panaretto, et al. BMJ Open. 2013; 2013;3(4):e002083.
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Figure 6. From: Prevention and management of chronic disease in Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services in Queensland: a quality improvement study assessing change in selected clinical performance indicators over time in a cohort of services.

Performance of health assessments and care planning for regular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients, across 17 participating health services in Queensland, April–September 2011. Note: GPMP, General Practitioner Management Plan (Medicare Item721, performed within 1 year of the date of data extraction); CHD, chronic heart disease; CHC, child health check; AHC, adult health check (Medicare Item 715 performed within 2 years of the date of data extraction).

K S Panaretto, et al. BMJ Open. 2013; 2013;3(4):e002083.
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Figure 5. From: Prevention and management of chronic disease in Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services in Queensland: a quality improvement study assessing change in selected clinical performance indicators over time in a cohort of services.

Prevalence of key health status determinants by recorded diagnosis in 13 630 regular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults attending 18 participating health services in Queensland, April–September 2011. Note: Tobacco use is self-reported daily smoking; at-risk alcohol use is self-reported ever daily alcohol intake of greater than two drinks; BMI, body mass index; eGFR, glomerular filtration rate is extracted from pathology results. Alcohol data: submission from 15 services in September 2011.

K S Panaretto, et al. BMJ Open. 2013; 2013;3(4):e002083.
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Figure 3. From: Prevention and management of chronic disease in Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services in Queensland: a quality improvement study assessing change in selected clinical performance indicators over time in a cohort of services.

Management of regular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults with diagnosed hypertension# attending participating health services in Queensland between February 2010 and February 2012—proportion of patients with recorded care activity. #Hypertension patients: the number of patients with hypertension at each time point is in the disease registers section of table 2. *Hypertension patients prescribed ACE inhibitors or A2s checked within the 12 months prior to the date of data extraction. Denominator at each time point is the number of patients with hypertension. +Patients with coronary heart disease with a current General Practitioner Management Plan performed within 12 months prior to the date of data extraction. Denominator for each time point corresponds to the number for coronary heart disease in the disease registers section of table 2.

K S Panaretto, et al. BMJ Open. 2013; 2013;3(4):e002083.
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Figure 4. From: Prevention and management of chronic disease in Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services in Queensland: a quality improvement study assessing change in selected clinical performance indicators over time in a cohort of services.

Management of regular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults with diagnosed diabetes mellitus type 2* attending participating health services in Queensland between February 2010 and February 2012—proportion of patients with recorded care activity. *Diabetes mellitus type 2 patients: the number of patients with DM Type 2 at each time point is in the disease registers section of table 2. Glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) recorded: proportion of diabetes mellitus type 2 patients with a HbA1c recorded in past 12 months—data extracted from pathology results. HbA1c <7%: denominator is patients with a recorded HbA1c. GPMP: proportion of diabetes mellitus type 2 patients with a General Practitioner Management Plan (Medicare Item721), performed within 1 year of the date of data extraction).

K S Panaretto, et al. BMJ Open. 2013; 2013;3(4):e002083.
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Figure 1. From: Prevention and management of chronic disease in Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services in Queensland: a quality improvement study assessing change in selected clinical performance indicators over time in a cohort of services.

Recording of key risk and clinical care data#—the proportion of regular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adult patients+, with care activity recorded, attending participating health services in Queensland in between February 2010 and February 2012. #Recording for clinical status and activities is ever for tobacco and alcohol use, having been checked within 12 months of the report date for all adult patients for Waist, body mass index, blood pressure, eGFR and within 6 months of the report date for glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) in patients with type 2 diabetes. +The denominator for each time point corresponds to the total number of regular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults seen by all the services who submitted data at the time point (table 2). Alcohol data: submission was omitted from one service in June 2011, three services in September 2011 and February 2012.

K S Panaretto, et al. BMJ Open. 2013; 2013;3(4):e002083.

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