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Preventive Care Quality Improvement Report

Preventive Care Screenings performed at ADC vs National Average

Breast Cancer Screen – Percentage of women aged 40 through 69 years who had a documented mammogram to screen for breast cancer within 24 months
Colon Cancer Screen – Percentage of patients aged 50 through 80 years who received the appropriate colorectal cancer screening (FOBT within 12 months or Colonoscopy within 10 years)
Osteoporosis Screen – Percentage of female patients aged 65 years and older who have a central dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) measurement documented at least once since age 60 or pharmacologic therapy prescribed within 12 months

Protecting Health with Preventive Care

Mammograms, colonoscopies, and bone density scans help diagnose and catch disease early before they spread to other areas of the body.

Our most recent report from January, 2013 shows that together our Primary Care Providers, Menopause Specialists, Gastroenterologists and Obstetrics/Gynecologists at The Austin Diagnostic Clinic score above the national average in performing screenings for Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer, and Osteoporosis.

What You Can Do

Establish a relationship with one of our Primary Care Physicians at The Austin Diagnostic Clinic and visit them annually to discuss your preventive care needs.