ODMHSAS Online Query System (OOnQueS)

Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Client Served

Client Served by ODMHSAS/Medicaid Behavioral Health Providers (FY11-FY17)

Client Counts by County of Residence (FY11-FY17)

Substance Abuse Admissions

Admissions to Substance Abuse Programs by Drug of Choice by County of Residence (FY11-FY17)

Rates of Admission by County of Residence by Primary Drug of Choice (FY17)

 

 

If you have questions, please feel free to contact mareynolds@odmhsas.org.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. Who is counted in the system?
    1. The system includes individuals who have received a PAID behavioral health service for programs which ODMHSAS contracts with or operates. This includes behavioral health services paid for with Medicaid funding or behavioral health services paid for with state-appropriated, grant supported or federally-funded ODMHSAS monies.
    2. Includes substance residential, detox and halfway house services contracted directly with ODMHSAS.
  2. Who is not included?
    1. Non-outpatient Medicaid funded behavioral health services, such as most inpatient. The only inpatient counts included are ODMHSAS state-operated inpatient facilities. Data from privately-funded, non-contracted American Indian programs or private insurance is NOT included, since we do not have access to the information.
  3. What does ‘Not Reported’ mean?
    1. There are several types of services which do not require providers to report detail demographic information. These include, but are not limited to, crisis and initial assessment services.
  4. Are years previous to FY11 available?
    1. Yes. However, the data available for reporting years previous to FY11 does not include the Medicaid behavioral health population. In FY11, ODMHSAS became the agency ‘responsible’ for Medicaid funded behavioral health services.
  5. What is the difference between using the Drug of Choice Query versus using one of the other queries?
    1. There are several. The Drug of Choice Query looks at number of admissions, rather than number of unique individuals. The Drug of Choice Query restricts the data to only admissions at specific certified substance abuse locations and removed individuals who may be receiving services because their spouse/parent is in treatment. Also, individuals under the age of 12 are excluded.
  6. Why can I only see county of residence in the County of Residence and Drug of Choice queries?
    1. To protect confidentially, we have to make sure the data cannot be used to identify an individual. For example, if there was only two female Asians between the ages of 0 and 6 in a specific county (based on US Census data) and services were provided to one of them, it is likely that a person could assume they know who the individual was receiving services.
    2. If you need specific county data, such as the number of American Indian females, between the ages of 9-13, please contact us and we will review for confidentially issues.
  7. What is the difference between ‘Any Drug of Choice’ and ‘Primary Drug of Choice’?
    1. The system allows consumers to select up to three drugs of choice. These are reported as Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Drug of Choice. ‘Primary’ only counts the first drug of choice reported. ‘Any’ looks at all three fields.
    2. It may be beneficial to look at ‘Any’, because consumers may report a drug of choice as Secondary or Tertiary. For example, if you wanted to know the number of individuals who are using Opiates and since it might not be their Primary drug of choice, you could select ‘Any Drug of Choice’.
  8. What is a Fiscal Year?
    1. A Fiscal Year run from July 1st of one year to June 30th of the next year. Example: FY14 runs from 7/1/2013 to 6/30/2014.
  9. Why can’t I see all the data elements which are reported to ODMHSAS?
    1. The intent of these queries was to provide a quick overview to the public of consumer served. If you need more detail, please contact us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Client Counts

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Wide Screen

Client Served by county of residence

Map

Admissions to SA Treatment

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