Percentage of patients with an office visit within the measurement period and with a new diagnosis of clinically significant Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia who have International Prostate Symptoms Score (IPSS) or American Urological Association (AUA) Symptom Index (SI) documented at time of diagnosis and again 6-12 months later with an improvement of 3 points
Male patients with an initial diagnosis of benign prostatic hyperplasia 6 months prior to, or during the measurement period, and a urinary symptom score assessment within 1 month of initial diagnosis and a follow-up urinary symptom score assessment within 6-12 months, who had a qualifying visit during the measurement period
Equals Initial Population
- Patients with urinary retention that starts within 1 year of initial BPH diagnosis.
- Patients with an initial BPH diagnosis that starts during, or within 30 days of hospitalization.
- Patients with a diagnosis of morbid obesity, or with a BMI Exam >40 before the follow up urinary symptom score.
Patients with a documented improvement of at least 3 points in their urinary symptom score during the measurement period