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Table ODE: Other Data Elements

National Look-Alikes Data

72 Awardees

Measures Number of Physicians (1a) or Patients (1b) % of Total
1. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorder
1a. How many physicians, certified nurse practitioners, and physician assistants, on-site or with whom the health center has contracts, have obtained a Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 (DATA) waiver to treat opioid use disorder with medications specifically approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for that indication? 156
1b. How many patients received medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder from a physician, certified nurse practitioner, or physician assistant, with a DATA waiver working on behalf of the health center? 3,207 0.54%
Measures Number of Health centers % of Total
2. Did your organization use telemedicine to provide remote clinical care services? (The term "telehealth" includes "telemedicine" services but encompasses a broader scope of remote healthcare services. Telemedicine is specific to remote clinical services whereas telehealth may include remote non-clinical services, such as provider training, administrative meetings, and continuing medical education, in addition to clinical services.)
a. Yes 14 19.44%
b. No 58 80.56%
2a1. Who did you use telemedicine to communicate with? (Select all that apply)
a. Patients at remote locations from your organization (e.g., home telehealth, satellite locations) 7 50.00%
b. Specialists outside your organization (e.g., specialists at referral centers) 9 64.29%
2a2. What telehealth technologies did you use? (Select all that apply)
a. Real-time telehealth (e.g., live videoconferencing) 10 71.43%
b. Store-and-forward telehealth (e.g., secure email with photos or videos of patient examinations) 4 28.57%
c. Remote patient monitoring 1 7.14%
d. Mobile Health (mHealth) 0 0.00%
2a3. What primary telemedicine services were used at your organization? (Select all that apply)
a. Primary Care 3 21.43%
b. Oral Health 0 0.00%
c. Behavioral Health: Mental Health 9 64.29%
d. Behavioral Health: Substance Use Disorder 3 21.43%
e. Dermatology 2 14.29%
f. Chronic Conditions 4 28.57%
g. Disaster Management 0 0.00%
h. Consumer health education 0 0.00%
i. Provider to provider consultation 1 7.14%
j. Radiology 1 7.14%
k. Nutrition and dietary counseling 3 21.43%
l. Other 1 7.14%
2b. If you did not have telemedicine services, please comment why (Select all that apply)
a. Have not considered/unfamiliar with telehealth service options 10 17.24%
b. Policy barriers (Select all that apply) 5 8.62%
bi. Lack of or limited reimbursement 4 6.90%
bii. Credentialing, licensing, or privileging 1 1.72%
biii. Privacy and security 0 0.00%
biv. Other 1 1.72%
c. Inadequate broadband/telecommunication service (Select all that apply) 3 5.17%
ci. Cost of Service 3 5.17%
cii. Lack of Infrastructure 3 5.17%
ciii. Other 0 0.00%
d. Lack of funding for telehealth equipment 35 60.34%
e. Lack of training for telehealth services 17 29.31%
f. Not needed 8 13.79%
g. Other 10 17.24%
Line Measures Number of Assist 4
3. Provide the number of all assists provided during the past year by all trained assisters (e.g., certified application counselor or equivalent) working on behalf of the health center (employees, contractors, or volunteers), regardless of the funding source that is supporting the assisters’ activities. Outreach and enrollment assists are defined as customizable education sessions about affordable health insurance coverage options (one-on-one or small group) and any other assistance provided by a health center assister to facilitate enrollment. 58,078

Footnotes

4 Assists do not count as visits on the UDS tables