This display highlights the top 10 clinics that help children with asthma ages five to 17 control their symptoms with recommended care.
The statewide rate is 66% for all reporting clinics.
This means that for every 100 children with asthma between ages 5 and 17, 66 received recommended care to control their asthma symptoms.
How the clinics compare
The main goals of quality asthma care are to help control the symptoms, prevent asthma attacks and support parents and caregivers with information about how to manage their children's condition.
The featured clinics had rates between 91% and 86% - well above the statewide rate of 66% but still showing room to improve.
The MNHealthScores Featured Clinics list is based on clinic performance for recommended asthma care for children ages five to 17.
Data source and dates
This report is based on information from patients who visited their doctor between July 1, 2015 and
June 30, 2016.
Standards of Care
Standards of care are treatment guidelines that are generally accepted by health care professionals as valid and supported by sound scientific evidence.
The main goals of quality asthma treatment are to help control the symptoms, prevent asthma attacks, and support parents and caregivers with information about how to manage their child's condition.
The measure includes data on three recommended areas of asthma care:
- Received recommended care to control their symptoms
- Reported no more than two hospitalizations or emergency department visits
- Received information about asthma
Successfully controlling asthma symptoms helps children stay healthy and avoid the hospital or emergency. We encourage you to talk with your provider if you would like more information on how to manage your child's asthma. Explore the Better Care resources on MNHealthScores to learn more about how to partner with your health care provider, and learn more about asthma control.