Nursing Home Quality Measures

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This dataset contains the list of the quality measures displayed on Nursing Home Compare, excluding Measures of Rehospitalization, Emergency Room Visit, and Community Discharge. Each row contains a specific quality measure for a specific nursing home and includes the three-quarter score average and the score for each individual quarter. This dataset covers the period from 2013 to 2018.

Complexity

The nursing home quality measures come from resident assessment data that nursing homes routinely collect on the residents at specified intervals during their stay. These measures assess the resident’s physical and clinical conditions and abilities, as well as preferences and life care wishes. These assessment data have been converted to develop quality measures that give consumers another source of information that shows how well nursing homes are caring for their resident’s physical and clinical needs.

The current quality measures have been chosen because they can be measured and don’t require nursing homes to prepare additional reports. They are valid and reliable. However, they are not benchmarks, thresholds, guidelines, or standards of care. The quality measures are based on care provided to the population of residents in a facility, not to any individual resident, and are not appropriate for use in a litigation action.

These quality measures were selected because they are important. They show ways in which nursing homes are different from one another. There are things that nursing homes can do to improve their quality measure percentages. The quality measures have been validated and are based on the best research currently available. As this research continues, scientists will keep improving the quality measures on this website.

From the beginning of this initiative, CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) has said that the quality measures are dynamic and will continue to be refined as part of CMS’s ongoing commitment to quality. In June 2011, the National Quality Forum (NQF) endorsed our 16 nursing home quality measures. NQF is a voluntary standard setting, consensus-building organization representing providers, consumers, purchasers and researchers. These nursing home quality measures will become the enhanced set of publicly reported quality measures available on Nursing Home Compare in the summer of 2012.

The quality measure short stay and long stay definitions are:

– The short stay quality measures include all residents in an episode whose cumulative days in the facility is less than or equal to 100 days at the end of the target period.. An episode is a period of time spanning one or more stays, beginning with an admission and ending with either a discharge or the end of the target period (whichever comes first). A target period is the span of time that defines the QM reporting period (e.g. a calendar quarter).
– The long stay quality measures include all residents in an episode whose cumulative days in the facility is greater than or equal to 101 days at the end of the target period. An episode is a period of time spanning one or more stays, beginning with an admission and ending with either a discharge or the end of the target period (whichever comes first). A target period is the span of time that defines the QM reporting period (e.g. a calendar quarter).

Date Created

2013-07-11

Last Modified

2020-07-28

Version

2020-07-28

Update Frequency

Irregular

Temporal Coverage

2013-2020

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS);

Source License URL

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

Quality Measures, Minimum Data Set, Short Quality Measures, Long Quality Measures, Nursing Home Compare, Measures of Rehospitalization, Clinical Conditions, National Quality Forum (NQF)

Other Titles

Minimum Data Set Quality Measures, Quality Measures Reporting, Nursing Home Quality Measures

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Q3_Measure_ScoreThird Quarter Measure Scorenumberlevel : Ratio
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Q4_Measure_ScoreFourth Quarter Measure Scorenumberlevel : Ratio
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Federal Provider NumberProvider NameProvider AddressCityState AbbreviationZip CodeMeasure CodeMeasure DescriptionResident TypeQ1 Measure ScoreFootnote For Q1 Measure ScoreQ2 Measure ScoreFootnote For Q2 Measure ScoreQ3 Measure ScoreFootnote For Q3 Measure ScoreQ4 Measure ScoreFootnote For Q4 Measure ScoreFour Quarter Average ScoreFootnote For Four Quarter AverageIs Used In Quality Measure Five Star RatingLatitudeLongitude
225319CHETWYNDE HEALTHCARE1650 WASHINGTON STREETWEST NEWTONMA2465407Percentage of long-stay residents with a urinary tract infectionLong Stay1.785711.818181.818183.77358000000000042.283102True42.342061-71.237564
235174MARSHALL NURSING AND REHABILITATION COMMUNITY575 N MADISON STMARSHALLMI49068410Percentage of long-stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injuryLong Stay0.02.70275.263164.878053.333334True42.281708-84.957937
225179CASA DE RAMANA REHABILITATION CENTER485 FRANKLIN STREETFRAMINGHAMMA1702409Percentage of long-stay residents who were physically restrainedLong Stay0.00.00.00.00.0False42.289949-71.42873
225211ELLIS NURSING HOME (THE)135 ELLIS AVENUENORWOODMA2062409Percentage of long-stay residents who were physically restrainedLong Stay0.00.00.00.00.0False42.207421000000004-71.186438
215362RESTORE HEALTH REHABILITATION CENTER4615 EINSTEIN PLACEWHITE PLAINSMD20695401Percentage of long-stay residents whose need for help with daily activities has increasedLong Stay13.043487.407410000000000511.1111110.3448310.377360000000001True38.583866-76.921971
235374WEST OAKS SENIOR CARE & REHAB CENTER22355 W EIGHT MILE RDDETROITMI48219476Percentage of SNF residents with pressure ulcers that are new or worsenedShort Stay19.019.019.019.01.812155True42.443115-83.26423100000001
225564LIFE CARE CENTER OF ATTLEBORO969 PARK STREETATTLEBOROMA2703454Percentage of long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccineLong Stay90.090.090.090.090.0False41.926805-71.260372
225634CARE ONE AT WEYMOUTH64 PERFORMANCE DRIVEWEYMOUTHMA2189406Percentage of long-stay residents with a catheter inserted and left in their bladderLong Stay1.89121899999999980.00.00.00.499072True42.196957-70.942549
235005MAPLES BENZIE CO MEDICAL CARE210 MAPLE STFRANKFORTMI49635430Percentage of short-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccineShort Stay97.3684297.9166796.2264199999999986.4406893.939396False44.639203-86.243165
225603SOUTHPOINTE REHAB CENTER100 AMITY STREETFALL RIVERMA2721407Percentage of long-stay residents with a urinary tract infectionLong Stay4.878055.084750.01.666672.935013True41.673264-71.169525