Quality of Care — Compare

Use for:

  • Hospital Safety & Care — Mortality; Length of Stay

Our hospitals

Other pediatric hospitals

Apr-Jun 2015

0.64 0.82

Jul-Sep 2015

0.65 0.84

Oct-Dec 2015

0.72 0.85

Jan-Mar 2016

0.83 0.87

Quality of Care — National Benchmark

Use for:

  • Hospital Safety and Care: CLABSI

PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE

NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE

NATIONAL BENCHMARK:

1.2

1.2

Apr-Jun 2015

0.64 0.82

Jul-Sep 2015

0.65 0.84

Oct-Dec 2015

0.72 0.85

Jan-Mar 2016

0.83 0.87

Quality of Care — Goal

Use for:

  • Hospital Safety & care: Readmissions, Adverse health events, medications errors
  • Lifelong condition management: Asthma; Diabetes

GOAL

RESULTS

Apr-Jun 2015

0.64

0.82

Jul-Sep 2015

0.65

0.84

Oct-Dec 2015

0.72

0.85

Jan-Mar 2016

0.83

0.87

Quality of Care — Goal compare

Use this chart for:

  • P&F Satisfaction – Overall satisfaction; Willingness to recommend

OUR HOSPITALS

OUR CLINICS

GOAL: 81%

GOAL: 82%

Apr-Jun 2015

0.87

0.87

Jul-Sep 2015

0.87

0.87

Oct-Dec 2015

0.87

0.87

Jan-Mar 2016

0.87

0.87

Clinics’ immunization and well child check charts

Well child exam

Immunizations and screenings*

Newborn Follow up instructions given prior to hospital discharge
1 month No vaccines scheduled
2 months DTaP/Polio/HBV #1; PCV13 #1; Rotavirus #1
4 months DTaP/Polio/HBV #2; HIB #2; PCV13 #2; Rotavirus #2
6 months DTaP/Polio/HBV #3; PCV13 #3; Rotavirus #3; Influenza #1
9 months Influenza #2 (minimum 1 month after Influenza #1); Hemoglobin and lead levels
12 months MMR #1; Chickenpox #1; HAV #1; Hemoglobin and lead levels (if not completed at 9 months)
15 months DTaP1 #4; HIB #3; PCV13 #4
18 months HAV2 #2
2 years No vaccines scheduled if up to date
3 years No vaccines scheduled if up to date
4 years DTaP1 #5; Polio #4; MMR #2; Chickenpox #2; Vision and hearing exam
5 years 4 year old vaccines if not completed already (must complete prior to starting Kindergarten); Vision and hearing exam
1-10 years Influenza (once a year during flu season)
11-19+ years Tdap**; MCV #1; MCV #2 (after age 16); HPV (3 doses if not previously given); Influenza (once a year during flu season); Chickenpox (2 doses if not previously given and no history of acquired disease); Men B (given at ages 16 and 18)
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