- CMS Value Based Purchasing Pneumonia Scores
- CMS HCAHPS Pneumonia Scores
- Hospital Core Measures
- CMS Benchmarks
- Hospital Compare Pneumonia Scores
- Value Based Purchasing 2016
- Process of Care
- Pneumonia Scores Data
- Value Based Purchasing
- Value Based Healthcare
Hospital Compare Clinical Process of Care Pneumonia Scores
This dataset contains a list of hospitals participating in the Hospital Value Based Purchasing Program and their performance rates and scores for the Clinical Process of Care Pneumonia measures. This dataset is no more updated now a days and has been retired from hospital compare datasets.
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The Hospital Value Based Purchasing (VBP) Program is a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) initiative that rewards acute-care hospitals with incentive payments for the quality of care they provide to Medicare beneficiaries.
CMS rewards hospitals based on:
• The quality of care provided to Medicare patients.
• How closely best clinical practices are followed; and
• How well hospitals enhance patients’ experiences of care during hospital stays.
Hospitals are no longer paid solely on the quantity of services they provide. Congress authorized Inpatient Hospital Value Based Purchasing in Section 3001(a) of the Affordable Care Act. The program uses the hospital quality data reporting infrastructure developed for the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) Program, which was authorized by Section 501(b) of the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003.
Under the Hospital Value Based Purchasing Program, Medicare makes incentive payments to hospitals based on either:
• How well they perform on each measure; or
• How much they improve their performance on each measure compared to their performance during a baseline period.
CMS assesses each hospital’s total performance by comparing its Achievement and Improvement scores for each applicable Hospital Value Based Purchasing measure. CMS uses a threshold (50th percentile) and benchmark (mean of the top decile) to determine how many points to award for the Achievement and Improvement scores. CMS compares the Achievement and Improvement scores and uses whichever is greater. To determine the domain scores, CMS adds points across all measures.
About this Dataset
John Snow Labs; Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services;
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Hospital Compare Pneumonia Scores, Value Based Purchasing 2016, HCAHPS, Process of Care, Pneumonia Scores Data, Value Based Purchasing, Value Based Healthcare
CMS Value Based Purchasing Pneumonia Scores, CMS HCAHPS Pneumonia Scores, Hospital Core Measures, CMS Benchmarks
|Provider_Number||CMS certification number (CCN). Identification number of the hospital within the CMS dataset.||integer||required : 1level : Nominal|
|Hospital_Name||Name of the hospital (also referred to as the provider)||string||required : 1|
|Address||Main street address information of the hospital||string||required : 1|
|City||Mailing city. The city in the main street address of the hospital.||string||required : 1|
|State_Abbreviation||Two-letter state abbreviation in the mailing address of the hospital. This includes information on hospitals in:||string||required : 1|
|ZIP_Code||5 digit postal zip code in the mailing address of the hospital.||string||required : 1|
|County_Name||Mailing county of the hospital.||string||-|
|PN6_Performance_Rate||Performance rate in response to PN6 Measure. PN6 Measure is Initial Antibiotic Selection for Community-Acquired Pneumonia (CAP) in Immunocompetent Patients.||number||level : Ratio|
|PN6_Achievement_Points||Achievement Points in response to PN6 Measure. PN6 Measure is Initial Antibiotic Selection for Community-Acquired Pneumonia (CAP) in Immunocompetent Patients. Achievement points are awarded by comparing an individual hospital’s rates during the performance period to all hospitals rates from the baseline period.||string||-|
|PN6_Improvement_Points||Improvement Points in response to PN6 Measure. Improvement points are awarded by comparing an individual hospital’s rates during the performance period to that same individual hospital’s rates from the baseline period||string||-|
|PN6_Measure_Score||Hospital score in response to PN6 Measure.||string||-|
|PN_Condition_Procedure_Score||Indicates the total score of Pneumonia Condition or Procedure.||integer||level : Ratio|
|230297||KARMANOS CANCER CENTER||4100 JOHN R||Detroit||MI||48201||WAYNE|
|450162||GRACE MEDICAL CENTER||2412 50TH ST||Lubbock||TX||79412||LUBBOCK|
|450865||SETON SOUTHWEST HOSPITAL||7900 FM 1826||Austin||TX||78737||TRAVIS|
|170203||PREMIER SURGICAL INSTITUTE||1619 K 66||Galena||KS||66739||CHEROKEE|
|390325||OSS ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL||1861 POWDER MILL RD||York||PA||17402||YORK|
|270087||THE HEALTHCENTER||320 SUNNYVIEW LANE||Kalispell||MT||59901||FLATHEAD|
|150149||WOMEN'S HOSPITAL THE||4199 GATEWAY BLVD||Newburgh||IN||47630||WARRICK|
|450674||WOMANS HOSPITAL OF TEXAS,THE||7600 FANNIN||Houston||TX||77054||HARRIS|
|140100||MIDWESTERN REGION MED CENTER||2520 ELISHA AVENUE||Zion||IL||60099||LAKE|
|30131||O.A.S.I.S. HOSPITAL||750 NORTH 40TH STREET||Phoenix||AZ||85008||MARICOPA|