Interactive data visualizations to evaluate quality measures:
- Hospital performance by geographic location
- Episode-of-care payment breakdown
- National rates over time
- Customize and compare hospital peer groups
- Hospital measure results agreement
- Overlap in social risk factors
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Focused analyses about publicly reported hospital outcome and payment measures:
- Hospital performance overtime
- Distribution of hospital performance
- Hospital results for high and low proportions of African American patients
- Hospital results for high and low proportion of Medicaid patients
Archived Chartbook (2010 -2014)
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Includes background on the Chartbook content and purpose.
Links to the CORE and CMS websites.
Contains background information, methology reports, and fequently asked questions about the CMS quality measures used in the Chartbook data vizualizations and reserach briefs.
Provides Chartbook contact information.
What will I find in Data Exploration?
Types of data exploration:
Hospital Performance by Geographic Location
Explore measure results by region, sub-region, state, or hospital. Narrow results by selecting hospital characteristics or searching for a specific geographic location or hospital name.
Examine what percent or how much each care setting contributes to payment for AMI, Heart Failure, and Pneumonia. Care settings include both hospital admission and post-acute care.
National Rates over Time
Examine national trends in AMI, Heart Failure, and Pneumonia admission, readmission, and observation stay rates. Adjust the timeframe from January 2006 to May 2016.
Customize and Compare Hospital Peer Groups
Select hospital characteristics or search for a specific hospital to build a hospital profile. Then compare measure results for each hospital profile.
Hospital Measure Results Agreement
Examine how consistently hospitals perform on pairs of outcome measures.
Overlap in Social Risk Factors
Select one or more sociodemographic characteristics to explore how many hospitals meet the selected characteristics and their geographic location, for each measure.
Data Visualization Navigation and Calculations
Instructions for using each visualization and how each visualization is calculated can be found at the bottom of each of the visualizations.
What will I find in Research Briefs?
Each of the measures have the following analytic briefs:
The distribution of hospital results (risk standardized mortality rate, risk standardized readmission rate, or risk standardized payment) for each measure.
Three-Year Trends in Condition-Specific Rates
Trends analysis of the median hospital results for three reporting years.
Results by Social Risk Factor: Medicaid Patients
The performance of hospitals in the deciles with the highest and lowest proportion of Medicaid patients.
Results by Social Risk Factor: African-American Patients
The performance of hospitals in the deciles with the highest and lowest proportion of African-American patients.
Results by Hospital Characteristics
The performance of hospitals based on safety-net status, teaching status and urban/rural location.
Each of the payment measures also include:
Index versus Post-Acute Care Payments
The distribution of risk standardized payment for index hospitalizations and post-acute care, defined by quintile.