Annual Monitoring for Members on Digoxin (MPM, CMS Adult Core Set)

Percentage of Medicaid enrollees age 18 and older who received at least 180 treatment days of ambulatory medication therapy for a select therapeutic agent during the measurement year and at least one therapeutic monitoring event for the therapeutic agent in the measurement year. Report rate for:

  • Annual monitoring for enrollees on digoxin

Measure Identifier: CMS_A_MPM.02

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