Substance Use Treatment at Bronson Battle Creek Hospital

Published on February 24, 2021

Substance Use Treatment at Bronson Battle Creek Hospital

There is evidence that screening and counseling can reduce alcohol, drug, and tobacco use for adults and pregnant women. A hospital stay provides a chance to address unhealthy alcohol, drug, or tobacco use.

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1/1/2019 - 12/31/2019

Bronson Battle Creek Hospital National Average

Patients with alcohol abuse who received or refused a brief intervention during their inpatient stay.

Higher percentages are better

79% 84%

Patients with alcohol abuse who received a brief intervention during their inpatient stay.

Higher percentages are better

76% 77%

Patients who screened positive for an alcohol or drug use disorder during their inpatient stay who, at discharge, either: (1) received or refused a prescription for medications to treat their alcohol or drug use disorder OR (2) received or refused a referral for addiction treatment.

Higher percentages are better

52% 73%

Patients who screened positive for an alcohol or drug use disorder during their inpatient stay who, at discharge, either: (1) received a prescription for medications to treat their alcohol or drug use disorder OR (2) received a referral for addiction treatment.

Higher percentages are better

51% 62%

Patients who use tobacco and who received or refused counseling to quit AND received or refused medications to help them quit tobacco or had a reason for not receiving medication during their hospital stay.

Higher percentages are better

68% 82%

Patients who use tobacco and who received counseling to quit AND received medications to help them quit tobacco or had a reason for not receiving medication during their hospital stay.

Higher percentages are better

2% 47%

Patients who use tobacco and at discharge (1) received or refused a referral for outpatient counseling AND (2) received or refused a prescription for medications to help them quit or had a reason for not receiving medication.

Higher percentages are better

89% 60%

Patients who use tobacco and at discharge (1) received a referral for outpatient counseling AND (2) received a prescription for medications to help them quit or had a reason for not receiving medication.

Higher percentages are better

0% 22%

Reviewed by Bronson Patient Safety & Quality on July 12, 2021