Table 1 BHT enrollment, diagnosis, and prescription therapy table

From: Delivering fracture prevention services to rural US veterans through telemedicine: a process evaluation

  Overall Women Men
n % n % n %
4500 100.00 292 6.49 4208 93.51
Engagement with screening
Declined 531 11.80 60 20.55 471 11.19
No response 2888 64.18 165 56.51 2723 64.71
Completed DXA 1081 24.02 67 22.95 1014 24.10
Diagnosisa
Normal bone density 399 36.54 14 20.90 385 37.56
Osteopenia low risk 324 29.67 39 58.21 285 27.80
Osteopenia high risk 203 18.59 3 4.48 200 19.51
Osteoporosis by DXA 132 12.09 11 16.42 121 11.80
Osteoporosis by clinical fracture history 34 3.11 0 0.00 34 3.32
Medication indicated 338 31.27 14 20.90 324 31.95
Initiated or maintained medication 306 90.53 12 85.71 294 90.74
Refused medication 32 9.47 2 14.29 30 9.26
  1. aVeterans can be diagnosed with osteoporosis by DXA and osteoporosis by clinical fracture at the spine or hip