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Suicide Prevention and Depression Screening

Depression Screening and follow-up is important in suicide prevention. This article from NCQA discusses the importance of this clinical quality measure.

The percentage of members 12 years of age and older who were screened for clinical depression using a standardized instrument and, if screened positive, received follow-up care.

  • Depression Screening. The percentage of members who were screened for clinical depression using a standardized instrument.
  • Follow-Up on Positive Screen. The percentage of members who received follow-up care within 30 days of a positive depression screen finding.

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