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Read the following attachments:
*An Evaluation of Medicare’s Hospital Compare as a Decision-Making Tool for Patients and Hospitals.
*U.S. Hospital Performance Methodologies: A Scoping Review to Identify Opportunities for Crossing the Quality Chasm Download U.S. Hospital Performance Methodologies: A Scoping Review to Identify Opportunities for Crossing the Quality Chasm
*Impact of Teaching Intensity and Sociodemographic Characteristics on CMS Hospital Compare Quality Rating
Your role in this scenario is that you work in the department of quality improvement (QI) at the University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics. Your CEO calls upon you in the QI department to resolve the low performing quality and patient safety issues. The Quality Improvement Measure focus is on “Patients who “Strongly Agree” they understood their care when they left the hospital” under the “Survey of Patients’ Experiences” category.
-For this first part of the quality improvement (QI) initiative, you will explore the University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics (https://www.medicare.gov/care-compare/details/hospital/160058?city=Iowa%20City&state=IA&zipcode=). Explore the categories listed on the hospital’s webpage to get an understanding of how it scores. Be sure to scroll down and expand each category to see the measures nested within the category. For example, for one particular hospital, under the category “Timely and Effective Care for Sepsis Care,” the hospital scored 53% for this measure. This is the percentage of patients who received appropriate care for severe sepsis and septic shock. The national average was 60%, and the state average was 55%. This is a low performing quality and patient safety issue that could be explored. Here is another example: Under the category “Timely and Effective Care for Emergency Department Care,” this hospital had 146 minutes for the measure, “average (median) time patients spent in the emergency department before leaving from the visit.” The national average had 172 minutes, and the state average had 158 minutes. But another hospital in the same area had 125 minutes.
In three- to five-pages address the following:
-See the attached Quality Improvement Initiative template for guidance on completing this.
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