HonorHealth quality data
These measures aim to improve maternal health for women during pregnancy and childbirth. At HonorHealth, we are advancing healthcare quality, safety and equity by following the best practices to ensure a safe delivery and healthy baby. This data is provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Elective deliveries <39 weeks
This is the percentage of mothers whose deliveries were scheduled 1-2 weeks early, when it was not medically necessary.
These measures show how satisfied patients are with the care delivered at HonorHealth hospitals. HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) is a national survey that asks patients to evaluate their experiences during a recent hospital stay. The data is provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The measures listed below represent four of the ten HCAHPS survey questions.
- Nurse communication
- Doctor communication
- Overall hospital rating
- Would recommend
Unplanned hospital visits
Returning to the hospital for unplanned care is disruptive to a patient and their family's life, in addition to placing patients at an increased risk for healthcare-associated infections and increasing healthcare costs. HonorHealth strives to provide coordinated care between the hospital and community services to decreases a patient's risk for returning to the hospital. This data is displayed for overall unplanned returns within 30 days of discharge from a hospitalization. This data is provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Sepsis is a complication that occurs when your body has an extreme response to an infection. It causes damage to organs in the body and can be life-threatening if not treated. Sepsis can sometimes turn into septic shock, which has a higher risk of death. Identifying sepsis early and starting appropriate care quickly increase the chances of survival. This data is provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Sepsis Bundle Compliance: Percentage of patients who received timely and appropriate sepsis care according to national recommendations for severe sepsis and/or septic shock.