Clinical Process of Care measures are a set of evidence based, scientifically-researched standards of care used nation-wide for accreditation purposes. These indicators compare the quality of care that hospitals give. Hospitals are measured on how often they provide recommended treatments known to get the best results for patients with certain medical conditions or surgical procedures.
Performance period July 1, 2015 - March 31, 2016
|HCM||Texas Average||National Average|
|1. Outpatients with chest pain of possible heart attack who received aspirin with 24 hours of arrival or before transferring from the emergency department (Higher percentages are better)||98%||94%||96%|
|2. Percentage of patients who came to the emergency department with stroke symptoms who received brain scan results within 45 minutes of arrival (Higher percentages are better)||Too few cases to report||67%||70%|
Learn more about Medicare Quality Program Performance at www.medicare.gov