Medical Assistance with Smoking and Tobacco Use Cessation: Advising Smokers and Tobacco Users to Quit (MSC, CMS Adult Core Set)

A rolling average represents the percentage of Medicaid enrollees age 18 and older who are current smokers or tobacco users and who received medical assistance with smoking and tobacco use cessation during the measurement year. The survey results are collected annually as part of the Adult CAHPS Health Plan Survey 5.0H using a rolling average methodology. These measures assess the medical assistance with smoking and tobacco use cessation and report them as rolling average of:

  • Advising Smokers and Tobacco Users to Quit—A rolling average represents the percentage of Medicaid enrollees age 18 and older who are current smokers or tobacco users and who received advice to quit during the measurement year.

Measure Identifier: CMS_A_MSC.01

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