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Evaluating Progress Among Hospitals: Collecting Improved Race, Ethnicity and Tribal Data in New Mexico

NM Race and Ethnicity Data Project

Epidemiology and Response Division

Noell Stone, MPH, Nicole Katz, MPH, Terry Reusser, MBA, Michael Landen, MD, MPH

AHRQ R01 HS20033-01

Funding and Partners

Goals

Project Approach

NMHIDD

Reporting Requirements

Ethnicity

Race

Tribal Affiliation

Purpose

Methods

Results: Timeliness

Quality

Results: Quality

Completeness

Results: Completeness General Hospitals

  Q1 2011 Q2 2011 Q3 2011 Change in Q1-Q3
95% applicable Race Values 62.2% (23) 81.1%( 30) 88.9%(32) 39%
95% applicable Ethnicity Values 40.5% (15) 64.9% (24) 75%(27) 80%
95% applicable Tribal Identifiers* 4.2% (1) 8.3% (2) 10%(2) 100%
% reporting multiple Race 5.4% (2) 8.1%( 3) 8.3%(3) 50%
% reporting multiple Tribe* 4.2% (1) 12.5% (3) 15%(3) 200%

*If no American Indians identified, hospital was excluded from denominator. If an American Indian is identified under race, a tribal identifier should be indicated (Q1&Q2 each had 24 hospitals with at least one Native American, while Q3 had 20 hospitals with at least 1 Native American identified under race)

Specific Anticipated Outcomes

Milestones

Challenges

Comments or Questions?

Nicole.Katz@state.nm.us

Noell.Stone@state.nm.us

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Internet Citation: Evaluating Progress Among Hospitals: Collecting Improved Race, Ethnicity and Tribal Data in New Mexico Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP). July 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. www.hcup-us.ahrq.gov/datainnovations/raceethnicitytoolkit/nm9.jsp.
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