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A Potential Health Outcome and Risk Status Measures
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... Appendices
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... . Consequently, the health outcome and risk status measures shown below should be NOTE: This appendix is adapted from Appendix C of this panel's first report, Assessment of Performance Measures for Public Health, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health (National Research Council, 1997)
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... The panel hopes that the field of performance measure evaluation will evolve as new health outcome measures are defined and studied and become available. It is anticipated that many of the measures described in this report can, in time, be modified or replaced by others that meet the selection guidelines cited above.
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... STDs, HIV Infection, and Tuberculosis Incidence rates of selected STDs Incidence rates of HIV infection Prevalence rates of selected STDs Prevalence rates of HIV infection Consumer satisfaction with STD, HIV, and tuberculosis treatment pro grams Rates of sexual activity among adolescents aged 14-17 Rates of sexual activity with multiple sex partners among people aged 18 and older · Rates of condom use during last episode of sexual intercourse among sexually active adolescents aged 14-17 4See In.
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... · Percentage of persons aged 18 and older with serious and persistent mental illness receiving mental health services who live in integrated, independent living situations or with family members · Percentage of children aged 17 and younger with serious emotional disorders receiving mental health services who live in noncustodial living situations · Percentage of persons aged 18 and older with serious mental illness who · · 1 · are in prisons and Jal. s · Percentage of children aged 17 and younger with serious emotional disorders who are in juvenile justice facilities · Percentage of homeless persons aged 18 and older who have a serious mental illness · Percentage of adolescents aged 14-17 or family members of children and adolescents or both who are satisfied with: (a)
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... Percentage of adolescents aged 14-17 stating disapproval of marijuana use Percentage of adolescents aged 14-17 who report parents or guardians who communicate non-use expectations · Percentage of drug abuse clients who engage in risk behaviors related to HIV/AIDS after completing treatment plan Sexual Assault Prevention · Incidence rate of sexual assault reported by females Disabilities · Percentage of newborns with neural tube defects · Percentage of persons aged 18-65 with disabilities who are in the workforce · Percentage of children aged 6 or younger with blood lead greater that 10 micrograms per deciliteri5 · Percentage of women who gave birth in the past year and reported using alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs during pregnancy Emergency Medical Services · Percentage of persons who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrest who survive i2Although the estimated incidence rate would be a more appropriate measure for monitoring progress by the state substance abuse agencies, the currently available data source for this measure provides prevalence data.

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