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  • Why Not The Best
    Henry Ford Health System A Framework for System Integration Coordination Collaboration and Innovation Henry Ford Health System is a vertically integrated health care system in southeastern Michigan whose leadership is committed to systemic integration clinical excellence and customer value through the core competencies of collaboration care coordination and innovation and learning Henry Ford s care innovation initiatives are multidisciplinary team led projects that target improvements in quality measures and evidence

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    measures developed by the Hospital Quality Alliance relate to provision of recommended treatment in four clinical areas heart attack heart failure pneumonia and surgical care Holland Hospital performs in at least the top 20 percent in all four areas and particularly well in pneumonia and surgical care Download Case Study PDF Download Summary Table Figure 2 Holland Hospital Scores on All or None Pneumonia Care Bundle Performance Improvement Strategies Analysts

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    its quality and financial indicators in the last two and a half years Scores on the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems HCAHPS survey show that Hutcheson is now a leading hospital nationally on measures of patient satisfaction Five components of the hospital s strategy may be behind their success fostering a culture of customer service empowering nurses through shared governance collecting and tracking data to chart progress

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    the Right Way McKay Dee Hospital Center in Ogden Utah part of the Intermountain Healthcare System had readmission rates in the lowest 3 percent of hospitals across the nation for all three clinical areas reported to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services CMS for the selection period and its heart failure and pneumonia readmission rates were within the best 1 percent of hospitals reporting Download Case Study PDF Performance

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    Hospitals and Permanente Medical Groups in eight regions is the largest nonprofit integrated health care delivery system in the United States The successful evolution of this organizational structure in a competitive marketplace has required a close partnership between managers and physicians supported by a culture of physician group accountability for quality and efficiency An overarching agenda for achieving excellence focuses on high impact health conditions provides goal oriented tools to

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    e g Aspirin on Arrival 98 can be reported at the hospital system group county HRR state and national level High performance grouping Any given score can be examined for eligibility of High Performer status Composite measurement grouping Any given score is also considered for inclusion in composite scores wherein we roll up similar indicators to provide a single composite indicator for a given condition or topic For any given score it is important to note the cohort from which the score is derived It may be all reporting hospitals all reporting hospitals with minimum sample all reporting hospitals with minimum sample and high performing status Our groupings are specifically intended to isolate and identify high performing hospitals and use additional data methods to fairly describe these high performers Definitions and criteria vary across the different kinds of measures we publish i e process experience outcomes population and structure measures For detailed information on how we treat each individual measure within a given cohort of hospitals please see Methodology Aggregate Scoring If the number of cases reported is 30 or more it is separated into a subset of scores labelled High Performer Eligible and ranked It is then eligible to

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    for Accountable Care Explore IHI s Improvement Map Evidence based processes to guide your improvements efforts Check out the Scorecard on U S Local Health System Performance Early scheduled deliveries can cause serious complications for babies MRSA Infections Across the Golden State Is There a Doctor in the County Rate of Cesarean Births in the U S Double the World Health Organization s Recommended Limit Check out NASHP s map of State ACO Activity Video How to Use Filters on WhyNotTheBest org Learn How to Use Filters MORE Tools Resources Duplicate New Report Name Share Report By Email Subject Enter emails to share this report with separated by commas Start Here H HB G GB R RB FR Start Here COMPARE HOSPITALS Select and compare hospitals by region health system size ownership or type COMPARE GROUPS Explore performance variation among different hospital groupings by size ownership or type COMPARE REGIONS Explore aggregate performance and population health in U S counties hospital referral regions and states VIEW FEATURED REPORTS View examples of featured hospital group and regional reports Add Hospitals to Your Report Search by Name or Search by Location Filter Results by Type of Facility Safety Net Hospitals Teaching Hospitals Academic Medical Centers Matching Hospitals Add All Add to Report Remove All ADD HOSPITALS ADD BENCHMARKS VIEW REPORT Add Benchmarks to Your Report Compare by Health System HRR Select Averages National Percentiles State Averages Select Facility Types Safety Net Hospitals Rural Hospitals Teaching Hospitals Academic Medical Center For Profit Hospitals Not for Profit Hospitals Government Non Federal Hospitals Government Federal Hospitals Health System Hospitals Non Health System Hospitals Matching Benchmarks Add All Add to Report Remove All ADD HOSPITALS ADD BENCHMARKS VIEW REPORT Add Hospital Groups to Your Report Compare by Bed Size Facility Type Membership in Health System Health Systems Ownership State Top 10 Matching Groups Add All Add to Report Remove All ADD GROUPS ADD BENCHMARKS VIEW REPORT Add Benchmarks to Your Report Compare by National Average National Top 10 State Averages Top 10 in each State Matching Benchmarks Add All Add to Report Remove All ADD GROUPS ADD BENCHMARK VIEW REPORT Add Regions to Your Report Compare by State County Hospital Referral Region Matching Regions Add All Add to Report Remove All ADD REGIONS ADD BENCHMARKS VIEW REPORT Add Benchmarks to your Report Compare by National Average National Top 10 Top 10 in each State Average of Health System Hospitals Average of Non Health System Hospitals Average of Academic Medical Centers Average of Rural Hospitals Matching Benchmarks Add All Add to Report Remove All ADD REGIONS ADD BENCHMARKS VIEW REPORT View Featured Reports Click on the titles of the featured reports below to explore WhyNotTheBest org s suite of performance measures custom benchmarks bar charts trend data top performer lists and more Adverse Events and Complications State by State View Region Comparison Compares the incidence of potentially avoidable complications and adverse events following surgeries procedures or childbirth across states Miami Hospitals Inpatient Quality Indicators Hospital Comparison Examines

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