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Hospital Process of Care Measures – State Average

Row numberStatePercent of Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at DischargePercent of Heart Attack Patients Given Fibrinolytic Medication Within 30 Minutes Of ArrivalPercent of Heart Attack Patients Given PCI Within 90 Minutes Of ArrivalPercent of Heart Failure Patients Given an Evaluation of Left Ventricular Systolic (LVS) FunctionPercent of Heart Failure Patients Given ACE Inhibitor or ARB for Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction (LVSD)Percent of Heart Failure Patients Given Discharge InstructionsPercent of Pneumonia Patients Whose Initial ER Blood Culture Was Performed Prior To Administration Of First Dose Of AntibioticsPercent of Pneumonia Patients Given the Most Appropriate Initial Antibiotic(s)Surgery patients who were given an antibiotic at the right time (within one hour before surgery) to help prevent infectionSurgery patients whose preventive antibiotics were stopped at the right time (within 24 hours after surgery)Surgery patients who were given the right kind of antibiotic to help prevent infectionPatients who got treatment at the right time (within 24 hours before or after their surgery) to help prevent blood clotsHeart surgery patients whose blood sugar (blood glucose) is kept under good control in the days right after surgeryThe percent of surgery patients whose urinary catheters were removed on the first or second day after surgerySurgery patients who were taking heart drugs called beta blockers before coming to the hospital who were kept on themPercent of Children Who Received Reliever Medication While Hospitalized for AsthmaPercent of Children Who Received Systemic Corticosteroid Medication While Hospitalized for AsthmaPercent of Children and their Caregivers Who Received a Home Management Plan of Care Document While Hospitalized for AsthmaOutpatients having surgery who got an antibiotic at the right time - within one hour before surgery (higher numbers are better)Outpatients having surgery who got the right kind of antibiotic (higher numbers are better)Average number of minutes before outpatients with chest pain or possible heart attack got an ECGAverage number of minutes before outpatients with chest pain or possible heart attack were transferred to another hospitalMedian Time to FibrinolysisOutpatients with chest pain or possible heart attack who got aspirin within 24 hours of arrivalOutpatients with chest pain or possible heart attack who got drugs to break up blood clots within 30 minutes of arrivalHeart Attack Patients Given a Prescription for a Statin at DischargePatients having surgery who were actively warmed in the operating room or whose body temperature was near normalPercent of newborns whose deliveries were scheduled too early (1-3 weeks early), when a scheduled delivery was not medically necessary Lower percentages are betterIschemic or hemorrhagic stroke patients who received treatment to keep blood clots from forming anywhere in the body within 2 days of arriving at the hospital Higher percentages are betterIschemic stroke patients who received a prescription for medicine known to prevent complications caused by blood clots before discharge Higher percentages are betterIschemic stroke patients with a type of irregular heartbeat who were given a prescription for a blood thinner at discharge Higher percentages are betterIschemic stroke patients who got medicine to break up a blood clot within 3 hours after symptoms started Higher percentages are betterIschemic stroke patients who received medicine known to prevent complications caused by blood clots within 2 days of arriving at the hospital Higher percentages are betterIschemic stroke patients needing medicine to lower cholesterol, who were given a prescription for this medicine before discharge Higher percentages are betterIschemic or hemorrhagic stroke patients or caregivers who received written educational materials about stroke care and prevention during the hospital stay Higher percentages are betterIschemic or hemorrhagic stroke patients who were evaluated for rehabilitation services Higher percentages are betterPatients who got treatment to prevent blood clots on the day of or day after hospital admission or surgery Higher percentages are betterPatients who got treatment to prevent blood clots on the day of or day after being admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) Higher percentages are betterPatients with blood clots who got the recommended treatment, which includes using two different blood thinner medicines at the same time Higher percentages are betterPatients with blood clots who were treated with an intravenous blood thinner, and then were checked to determine if the blood thinner was putting the patient at an increased risk of bleeding Higher percentages are betterPatients with blood clots who were discharged on a blood thinner medicine and received written instructions about that medicine Higher percentages are betterPatients who developed a blood clot while in the hospital who did not get treatment that could have prevented it Lower percentages are better
1AK100%67%98%97%99%92%98%94%99%99%99%97%96%96%96%96%98%81742599%85%99%99%92%99%90%75%98%95%90%97%85%90%97%97%75%24%
2AL99%79%96%98%97%93%98%95%99%98%99%98%97%98%98%98%98%6593096%51%98%100%88%98%92%35%96%90%83%95%72%84%90%95%77%20%
3AR99%100%95%98%96%95%97%94%99%98%99%98%98%96%97%98%98%8753096%54%96%100%90%96%89%33%96%86%78%95%91%93%88%100%71%14%
4AS
5AZ99%67%94%99%98%93%97%96%99%98%99%97%96%97%97%98%98%6463497%48%98%100%92%99%96%75%98%94%81%96%87%91%93%97%70%10%
6CA99%77%95%99%97%94%97%96%99%97%99%98%96%97%97%100%100%89%97%97%9622997%58%98%100%93%98%95%68%98%93%86%97%81%91%91%96%71%12%
7CO100%33%97%99%97%92%97%95%98%98%99%98%96%97%98%97%98%8743096%56%99%99%96%100%97%75%99%94%88%98%89%95%96%96%68%9%
8CT99%50%96%100%95%92%97%96%98%98%99%99%97%97%98%97%98%8613798%25%98%100%94%99%96%70%99%94%78%99%88%93%89%94%62%5%
9DC98%88%97%93%87%93%93%97%97%98%96%95%96%95%94%97%178194%97%99%96%99%92%40%96%96%91%97%82%95%94%99%67%7%
10DE100%96%100%99%96%98%98%99%99%100%99%99%98%98%98%99%87093%99%100%93%98%89%72%96%96%84%97%84%91%88%80%23%5%
11FL99%55%96%100%98%96%98%98%99%98%99%98%98%98%98%98%97%7532697%73%99%100%95%99%97%75%98%95%93%97%87%93%92%100%84%11%
12GA99%50%96%99%97%92%97%95%99%98%99%98%96%97%97%98%98%8713794%34%98%100%91%98%93%55%96%94%84%97%79%89%89%99%75%13%
13GU96%94%80%93%62%76%74%100%92%69%89%33%95%70%
14HI99%93%100%98%95%98%96%99%99%99%98%97%99%98%99%98%91822697%62%99%100%97%100%96%61%99%98%93%99%85%94%89%96%52%13%
15IA99%95%97%95%92%98%93%98%98%99%98%96%97%98%98%98%6583097%52%98%100%92%99%94%59%97%92%80%97%87%89%94%99%75%8%
16ID100%98%97%98%94%98%95%98%98%99%98%98%96%98%97%98%10672996%47%99%99%92%98%97%51%97%88%82%98%86%91%94%99%72%10%
17IL99%25%96%99%98%96%98%95%99%98%99%98%97%98%98%97%98%6612696%64%98%100%94%98%94%65%98%93%86%97%85%93%91%93%67%12%
18IN99%33%97%99%97%94%98%95%99%98%99%98%97%98%98%98%98%6462597%56%98%100%90%98%93%48%97%90%79%95%82%89%92%95%68%10%
19KS99%98%94%94%91%98%92%99%98%99%98%98%96%98%98%98%8553995%36%99%100%92%97%87%67%97%87%83%98%76%89%93%97%80%9%
20KY99%67%96%98%94%92%98%94%99%98%99%98%96%97%98%96%97%6642797%61%97%100%93%98%96%56%97%92%85%96%78%84%89%97%68%15%
21LA99%67%94%97%95%93%97%93%98%97%99%97%95%96%97%97%97%10933094%52%98%100%86%97%92%51%96%89%81%95%72%87%88%93%83%19%
22MA100%100%96%100%96%94%98%97%99%99%99%99%96%97%98%98%98%7552497%75%99%100%94%100%97%66%98%95%82%96%87%93%97%90%75%7%
23MD99%92%99%97%93%97%97%97%98%99%98%96%98%97%98%99%1641100%99%100%89%93%91%95%97%63%95%89%94%94%97%72%7%
24ME100%50%96%100%98%98%98%98%99%99%99%99%98%99%99%97%97%6432099%82%99%100%95%100%97%28%99%97%82%98%94%96%98%100%79%3%
25MI99%43%95%99%96%94%98%96%98%98%99%98%97%96%98%96%97%7542796%63%98%100%94%99%92%67%97%94%86%97%87%93%90%95%70%9%
26MN99%50%95%97%96%92%97%94%98%98%99%98%96%97%98%96%97%7533197%49%98%99%94%99%95%70%98%95%87%98%85%91%96%98%58%9%
27MO100%20%97%99%96%93%98%95%99%98%99%98%97%96%98%98%98%7512895%55%98%100%94%99%95%61%98%94%87%98%84%91%94%95%73%7%
28MP
29MS99%47%96%96%94%91%97%91%99%97%99%97%96%96%96%98%98%10763294%44%97%100%87%97%92%24%96%87%81%95%69%85%86%94%75%14%
30MT100%96%95%97%92%97%94%99%99%100%98%96%98%98%98%98%10713496%44%99%100%97%99%99%60%99%93%81%99%83%92%96%96%82%4%
31NC100%67%98%100%98%96%98%97%99%99%99%99%98%98%99%100%100%89%98%98%7452697%62%99%100%95%99%95%63%98%94%87%98%87%93%94%94%80%11%
32ND99%33%92%96%96%92%96%93%98%99%99%98%95%97%99%96%97%12903297%49%97%99%97%99%94%100%99%91%83%97%77%87%96%100%67%24%
33NE100%95%98%96%92%98%96%98%98%99%98%96%97%98%97%98%8793096%52%99%100%95%100%96%77%99%92%82%98%87%89%93%97%80%11%
34NH99%60%92%100%98%97%98%97%99%98%99%98%98%97%98%98%99%8482098%84%99%100%94%100%95%55%99%95%76%96%92%95%99%100%78%2%
35NJ99%73%95%100%98%97%99%98%99%98%99%99%97%98%98%98%97%7722899%62%99%100%94%99%97%69%98%94%94%98%81%92%87%98%74%11%
36NM99%75%94%96%96%89%97%93%98%97%98%97%97%97%95%97%98%91082897%60%99%100%91%98%95%67%96%89%72%95%85%91%96%99%84%3%
37NV99%67%97%99%97%91%96%96%99%98%99%98%97%97%96%98%98%9603198%44%98%100%90%99%92%76%98%95%87%96%83%90%95%99%87%11%
38NY99%55%95%99%96%95%97%95%98%98%99%98%97%96%97%97%97%9762997%53%98%100%94%99%95%68%98%95%85%97%86%92%90%91%54%11%
39OH99%75%96%100%97%96%98%96%99%98%99%98%97%97%98%100%100%85%97%98%6583097%51%98%100%94%99%95%61%97%95%91%98%87%93%92%98%77%6%
40OK99%60%95%96%95%92%97%92%98%97%99%97%97%95%97%98%98%7713194%50%97%100%91%98%90%59%95%87%85%96%70%86%88%98%69%8%
41OR100%60%94%99%96%93%98%95%98%98%99%96%98%97%98%96%98%9502997%57%98%100%88%99%93%58%97%93%80%96%80%85%95%100%50%14%
42PA99%50%96%100%97%96%98%96%99%98%99%99%98%98%98%98%98%9623597%45%98%100%94%99%96%69%98%94%89%98%89%94%93%97%76%8%
43PR93%56%50%95%92%86%81%80%89%82%96%89%81%90%77%88%97%37%80%67%76%92%92%75%75%44%100%91%
44RI100%97%100%95%92%96%97%99%99%99%97%98%97%98%97%98%10681799%75%97%100%94%100%94%79%98%97%90%97%84%90%97%99%54%9%
45SC99%33%97%99%98%94%98%96%99%98%99%98%99%97%97%98%98%5412797%58%98%100%94%99%95%55%97%93%90%97%87%93%91%98%70%7%
46SD100%100%95%97%94%89%94%90%99%98%99%98%97%95%98%98%99%5592599%71%97%99%95%100%96%42%98%94%83%98%78%91%95%100%69%6%
47TN99%50%97%99%97%93%98%95%99%98%99%98%95%96%97%98%98%5532796%72%99%100%92%98%94%52%97%93%83%97%82%90%91%99%75%12%
48TX99%47%95%99%97%95%98%95%99%98%99%98%96%97%97%100%100%93%98%98%8623494%45%98%100%94%99%95%64%97%94%91%97%80%90%92%96%81%10%
49UT99%100%98%98%98%96%99%96%99%98%99%99%97%97%97%98%97%7402896%55%100%100%94%99%96%88%99%95%89%98%85%92%94%94%71%5%
50VA99%75%97%100%98%95%98%97%99%98%99%98%98%97%98%98%98%7642597%68%99%100%97%100%96%71%99%97%90%99%89%94%95%99%74%9%

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created Mar 10, 2010

updated Apr 16, 2014

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Process of care measures (HA, HF, PN, SCIP, CAC) - state rates. These measures show how often a hospital gives recommended care; that is, the treatment known to give the best results for most patients with certain conditions or procedures.

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