ny-gov/bho-mh-continuity-of-care-20102014-jzue-ib4p
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BHO MH Continuity of Care: 2010-2014

The Behavioral Health Organization (BHO) initiative oversees the transition to managed care for Medicaid recipients who receive mental health (MH) and substance use disorder (SUD) services in New York State. The metrics emphasize improving rates of timely follow-up treatment post discharge, timely filling of appropriate medication prescriptions post discharge, and reducing rates of readmission.The BHO Continuity of Care dataset is designed to assess the frequency with which individuals receive outpatient mental health treatment for a mental health or substance use disorder within 7 or 30 days of discharge from a mental health inpatient hospitalization.

The year 2015 saw the conclusion of the first phase of the Behavioral Health Organization initiative

(BHO). A new Behavioral Health Managed Care Transition phase II is underway. The data contained in

the BHO metrics span 2010 to 2014, using the 2010 calendar year for a baseline. Earlier in the program

(2011‐2012) the metrics were calculated quarterly and on a year‐to‐date basis, later in (2013‐2014),

New York State Office of Mental Health opted for semi‐annual and year‐to‐date aggregations.

Columns

NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
Age Groupage_groupage_groupTextStandardized Age Groups; either “Adult” or “Youth”.
YearyearyearNumber4 Digit year for which the metric is calculated
Indicator Domain Groupindicator_domain_groupindicator_domain_groupTextThis is the domain group that the BHO Performance Indicator belongs to. For this dataset, the domain group is MH Continuity of Care.
Year to Date Denominatoryear_to_date_denominatoryear_to_date_denominatorNumberValue of the bottom of the "Rate" calculation for the Age Group, OMH Region, Performance Metric and Year to Date being examined.
Year to Date Numeratoryear_to_date_numeratoryear_to_date_numeratorNumberValue of the "top" of the "Rate" calculation for the year to date as of the Quarter that is being examined.
RateraterateNumberFor the Age Group, OMH Region, Performance Metric and Quarter being examined, this is the rate of the metric as calculated by dividing the Numerator by the Denominator.
Year to Date Rateyear_to_date_rateyear_to_date_rateNumberFor the Performance Metric and the Quarter being examined, this is the rate of the metric as calculated by dividing the Year to Date Numerator by the Year to Date Denominator.
Description of Metricdescription_of_metricdescription_of_metricTextFor this MH Continuity of Care dataset the possible metrics are: 1. Percentage of MH Discharges Followed by an Outpatient Visit for MH Treatment within 7 Days; 2. Percentage of MH Discharges Followed by an Outpatient Visit for MH or SUD Treatment within 7 Days; 3. Percentage of MH Discharges Followed by an Outpatient Visit for MH Treatment within 30 Days; 4. Percentage of MH Discharges Followed by an Outpatient Visit for MH or SUD Treatment within 30 Days.
OMH Regionomh_regionomh_regionTextName of the OMH Region for which the Indicator is calculated
Metric IDmetric_idmetric_idNumberNumeric Code that uniquely identifies the Metric
QuarterquarterquarterTextQuarter for which the metric is calculated: Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4 or some combination of one or more quarters
Row Created Date Timerow_created_date_timerow_created_date_timeCalendar dateDate and Time when data was generated (e.g. “12/19/2014 09:45:21”)
NumeratornumeratornumeratorNumberValue of the "top" of the "Rate" calculation for the Age Group, OMH Region, Performance Metric and Quarter that is being examined. For more detail, see the “Detailed Metric Descriptions” table, below
DenominatordenominatordenominatorNumberValue of the "bottom" of the "Rate" calculation for the Age Group, OMH Region, Performance Metric and Quarter that is being examined. For more detail, see the “Detailed Metric Descriptions” table in the data dictionary attached to this dataset.
 
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