Between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013, the Post Clinic conducted 81 clinics resulting in 861 patient visits. Included were 77 new patients. A total of 187 specialty referrals were made, and 226 labs/medical tests were performed at the clinic or obtained from outside sources. An active caseload of 382 patients is maintained. The implementation of health care reform will have an impact on number of people seen; however, there will always pInitial outcomes were accomplished as all 77 new patients seen during the 12-month period received primary medical care, and access as needed to: prescribed medications, medical tests, and specialty referral for evaluation and/or treatment. Emphasis continued on patient education and the importance of compliances with treatment goals and maintaining continuity of care. Results are documented in each patient chart.
Progress continued in reaching intermediate outcomes as 95% of all patients seen had subsequent appointments scheduled for three months or longer.
Long-term outcomes were addressed by completion of 50 chart reviews wherein each provider carefully reviewed patient charts of other providers. Problem lists were reviewed with 50 deemed current. The medication list was current in 50 cases and partial in one. Progress on treatment goals was significant in 41 cases, partial in 7 cases, and marginal in 2 cases. The chart review process continues to show evidence of multiple health needs as well as some rather complex medical issues.
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