Managing Cardiovascular Conditions - Statewide - Medicaid

Plan Controlling High Blood Pressure Cholesterol Management After Cardiovascular Event Persistence of Beta-Blocker Treatment
Cholesterol Screening Test ** Cholesterol Level Controlled (<100 mg/dL) **
Affinity Health Plan 44 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 89 60 Significantly better than Statewide Average 82
CDPHP 70 Significantly better than Statewide Average 83 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 50 87
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield 63 85 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 55 83
Fidelis Care New York 70 Significantly better than Statewide Average 90 54 76
HIP (EmblemHealth) 73 Significantly better than Statewide Average 91 57 Significantly better than Statewide Average 90
Health Plus (Amerigroup) 62 90 53 82
HealthNow New York Inc. 58 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 88 57 --
Healthfirst PHSP, Inc. 57 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 90 54 82
Hudson Health Plan 64 88 61 Significantly better than Statewide Average --
Independent Health's MediSource 59 78 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 45 Significantly worse than Statewide Average --
MVP 68 85 53 --
MetroPlus Health Plan 64 93 Significantly better than Statewide Average 56 81
Neighborhood Health Providers 64 86 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 52 80
Total Care 70 Significantly better than Statewide Average 89 58 --
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan 67 94 Significantly better than Statewide Average 37 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 80
Univera Community Health 60 84 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 47 --
WellCare of New York 56 Significantly worse than Statewide Average 93 Significantly better than Statewide Average 49 79
Statewide Average 63 90 52 81
National Average 56 82 42 82

Key

Symbol Meaning
Significantly better than Statewide Average Significantly better than the statewide average.
Significantly worse than Statewide Average Significantly worse than the statewide average.
** Rotated measure. Data is from 2011.
-- Sample size too small to report.

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