Indicators of inpatient care in Texas hospitals, 2000.

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Texas Health Care Information Council , [Austin, TX]
Hospitals -- Texas -- Statistics., Hospital utilization -- Length of stay -- Texas., Medical care -- Texas -- Evalua

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GenreStatistics.
ContributionsTHCIC (Council)
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LC ClassificationsRA981.T4 I536 2002
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Pagination210 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3749198M
LC Control Number2003431589
OCLC/WorldCa51808353

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Indicators of Inpatient Care in Texas Hospitals, a report on the performance by Texas hospitals on measures of quality in was released in September.

After the release it was found that patients transferred to rehabilitation hospitals and some long-term care facilities were inadvertently excluded from the calculation.

those requirements to Texas hospital inpatient discharge data collected by THCIC. The SAS software was used to produce risk-adjusted rates for 25 indicators of inpatient quality in Texas hospitals.

A report released in May includes data for years through for the 25 indicators. The indicators are grouped into four categories.

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Texas Healthcare by File Size: 3MB. acute care hospitals or other facilities, and you are subject to a law or regulation that mandates the collection of POA indicator information. POA is defined as being present at the time the order for inpatient admission occurs.

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All content is. Origins and History. Inin response to requests for assistance from State-level data organizations and hospital associations with hospital inpatient data collection systems, the AHRQ developed a set of measures that used hospital administrative data provided by the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP), an ongoing Federal-State-private sector partnership that was established to Cited by: Our nationally recognized evidence-based standards set expectations for organizational performance that are reasonable, achievable, and surveyable.

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The IRF QRP creates IRF quality reporting requirements, as mandated by Section (b) of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) of Every year, by October 1, we publish the quality measures IRFs must report.

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Overview Inpatient hospital services include medically necessary items and services ordinarily furnished by a Medicaid hospital provided under the direction of physician for the care and treatment of inpatient clients. Inpatient Reimbursement According to the Texas Administrative Code, § related to Inpatient Hospital Reimbursement, hospitals may receive an annual SDA.

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It may be duplicated if the copy is legible. MO HealthNet paper claims for hospital inpatient care are mailed to:File Size: KB.Webster, Texas-based Bay Area Regional Medical Center announced its closure May 10 and revealed plans to file for bankruptcy this week.

"It is with a heavy heart that I announce that Bay Area.Hospital discharge rates measure the number of patients who leave a hospital after receiving care. Hospital discharge is defined as the release of a patient who has stayed at least one night in hospital.

It includes deaths in hospital following inpatient care. Same-day discharges are usually excluded. This indicator is measured per