Asthma in Younger Adults Admission Rate per 100,000 Enrollee Months (PQI15, CMS Adult Core Set)

Number of inpatient hospital admissions for asthma per 100,000 enrollee months for Medicaid enrollees ages 18 to 39.

Measure Identifier: CMS_A_INP_PQI15

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