Timely and Effective Care by State

$179 / year

This dataset includes state-level data for measures of heart attack care, heart failure care, pneumonia care, surgical care, emergency department care, preventive care, children’s asthma care, stroke care, blood clot prevention and treatment, and pregnancy and delivery care.

Complexity

The measures of timely and effective care (also known as “process of care” measures) show the percentage of hospital patients who got treatments known to get the best results for certain common, serious medical conditions or surgical procedures; how quickly hospitals treat patients who come to the hospital with certain medical emergencies; and how well hospitals provide preventive services.

These measures only apply to patients for whom the recommended treatment would be appropriate. The measures of timely and effective care apply to adults and children treated at hospitals paid under the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) or the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS), as well as those that voluntarily report data on measures for whom the recommended treatments would be appropriate including Medicare patients, Medicare managed care patients, and non-Medicare patients. Timely and effective care measures are also referred to as process of care measures and include acute myocardial infarction, heart failure, pneumonia, Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP), emergency department, preventive care, children’s asthma care, stroke care, blood clot prevention and treatment, and pregnancy and delivery care measures.

IMM-3 and OP-27 are combined and reported as one measure rather than listing the measures separately. The Measure ID IMM-3_OP-27 includes data from both the inpatient measure IMM-3, and the outpatient measure OP-27.

Date Created

2014-05-14

Last Modified

2020-07-31

Version

2020-07-31

Update Frequency

Quarterly

Temporal Coverage

2013-2019

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Hospital Compare Data;

Source License URL

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

CMS Payment Measures, CMS Value of Care Payments, Medicare Spending Per Beneficiary, Medicare Beneficiary Payments, Hospital Compare Data, Quality of Care Information, Quality Assurance Data, Hospital Survey State Level, Hospital Experience Information

Other Titles

Timely and Effective Treatment Measures By State Level, Hospital Survey on Preventive Services to Treat Emergency Medical Conditions

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
State_AbbreviationTwo-letter state abbreviation in the mailing address of the hospital. This includes information on hospitals in:string-
ConditionThe condition for which the care measure was applied.string-
Measure_NameThe measure name of the Timely and Effective Care measures.stringrequired : 1
Measure_IDThe measure identification (ID) of the Timely and Effective Care measures.stringrequired : 1
ScoreThe overall score for Timely and Effective Care measures.numberlevel : Ratio
Footnote_CodeFootnote code refers to the code for an additional piece of information given separately for the compiled data.string-
Footnote_DescriptionFootnote describes an additional piece of information given separately for the compiled data.string-
Measure_Start_DateThe first day the data measures was collected. The date format is YYYY-MM-DD.date-
Measure_End_DateThe last day the data measures was collected. The date format is YYYY-MM-DD.date-
State AbbreviationConditionMeasure NameMeasure IDScoreFootnote CodeFootnote DescriptionMeasure Start DateMeasure End Date
AKEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_222.02013-01-012013-12-31
ALEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_223.02013-01-012013-12-31
AREmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_223.02013-01-012013-12-31
ASEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_225.0 Results are not available for this reporting period.2013-01-012013-12-31
AZEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_222.02013-01-012013-12-31
CAEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_222.02013-01-012013-12-31
COEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_221.02013-01-012013-12-31
CTEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_222.02013-01-012013-12-31
DCEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_224.02013-01-012013-12-31
DEEmergency DepartmentLeft before being seenOP_223.02013-01-012013-12-31