New Jersey Department of Health released its 10th Annual Report on the quality of care in New Jersey Hospital (Hospital Performance Report – A Consumer Report New Jersey 2012 Data). The three different types of measure sets in this report identify the success or failure of different aspects of quality hospital care: recommended care measures; patient safety indicators (PSIs); and healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). The Department has added two new measures: Heart Attack (AMI) measure for Recommended Care: statins prescribed at discharge; and HAI measure: Surgical Site Infections (SSI) following colon surgery.
NJ Department of Health Releases 10th Annual Hospital Performance Report
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