Improving Chlamydia Screening: Strategies from Top Performing Health Plans

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Improving Chlamydia Screening: Strategies from Top Performing Health Plans

Description

This report provides practical examples of successful initiatives to increase chlamydia screenings. It includes three examples of chlamydia screening strategies of top performing health plans:

  • Profile A: Multifaceted approach to increasing chlamydia screening rates
  • Profile B: One-on-one OB/GYN training, “risky behavior” brochures
  • Profile C: Hosted annual chlamydia screening dinner with doctors and focus groups with members

Developer:

National Committee for Quality Assurance; Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

Funding Sources:

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

History

Release Date: 2007
Original Summary: February 2008
Last Updated: 03/13/13

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