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Regional Partnerships Chronic Conditions-High Utilizers Reports 
Contains four reports with details for each county in the state. These workbooks were prepared from calendar year 2012 HSCRC inpatient and outpatient discharge abstract data and also using the unique ID from CRISP to aggregate data in a patient centered approach.

Exhibit 1: Prevalence in MD Counties 
Allows a user to select a county from the Maryland map. Based on the county selected, the table and pie chart update with information on chronic condition prevalence in the selected county. The table provides the chronic condition prevalence in the county and the difference from the Statewide prevalence. This dashboard allows a user to see which chronic conditions are most prevalent in a county and to understand how that prevalence differs from the statewide prevalence.

Exhibit 2: Conditions by County 
Allows a user to select a chronic condition using the tool bar on the right side of the dashboard. Upon selecting a chronic condition, the map and the bar graph update providing the prevalence of the selected chronic condition across Maryland jurisdictions. A line across the bar graph shows the statewide prevalence.

Exhibit 3: Individuals with 3 or More Inpatient Discharges in FY2014 
Drawing from HSCRC’s FY2014 case mix data, the dashboard provides the 10 most common APR-DRGs among individuals with 3 or more hospital discharges in FY2014. We selected the 10 most common DRGs based on the number of discharges with that DRG. The dashboard allows the user to select the Maryland jurisdiction using a drop down menu at the top of the dashboard. Then, the six bar graphs update with the top APR-DRGs, the count of discharges, and the count of individual patients by expected primary payer group.​