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New Washington health data dashboards show access to preventative care and more

May 29, 2019

Important health data from the Washington State All-Payer Claims Database (WA-APCD) is now available in three data dashboards, enabling you to delve into measures such as access to preventative care, and costs of treating chronic conditions.

Screenshot of dashboard

HEDIS quality measures dashboard
This dashboard reports results at the statewide and Accountable Communities of Health-level for a set of claims-based Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) measures including prevention, access and overuse measures.

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Prevalence of chronic conditions in Washington
This dashboard displays prevalence and per-member, per-month healthcare costs of persons with chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. Results are available by legislative district and Accountable Communities of Health.

Screenshot of dashboard: Relationships between selected health measures and socioeconomic characteristics

Relationships between selected health measures and socioeconomic characteristics
This dashboard allows you to compare ZIP-code level results from a select set of health care quality and cost measures, including adult access to preventative care and total cost per member per month, to socioeconomic characteristics, such as the percent of population living below the poverty line.

 

About the Washington State All-Payer Claims Database

The WA-APCD is a legislatively-directed program to collect all medical claims, pharmacy claims, and dental claims from private and public payers, with data from all settings of care that permit the systematic analysis of health care delivery. The database is used to allow the public to search over 100 procedures and treatments for cost information and examine quality ratings of providers and hospitals, in the online tool Washington HealthCareCompare.