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Hospital Outcome of Care Mortality Measures (October 2011)

Quality
Measures
Mease Countryside Hospital Mease Dunedin Hospital Morton Plant Hospital Morton Plant North Bay Hospital South Florida Baptist Hospital St. Anthony's Hospital St. Joseph's Hospital United States Avg.
Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) 30-Day Mortality Rate 14.8%
  
15.3%
  
12.2%
  
14.4%
  
14.2%
  
15.2%
  
12.7%
  
15.9%
  
Heart Failure (HF) 30-Day Mortality Rate 9.2%
  
10.4%
  
10.7%
  
10.2%
  
10.4%
  
10.8%
  
10.3%
  
11.3%
  
Pneumonia (PN) 30-Day Mortality Rate 9.3%
  
9.2%
  
11.3%
  
11.9%
  
11.8%
  
12.4%
  
12.4%
  
11.9%
  

The rates displayed in this graph are from data reported to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services for July 2007 through June 2010.

Key


Better Than U.S. National Rate - Hospitals in the Better Than U.S. National Rate category have 30-day risk-adjusted death (mortality) rates that are lower than the U.S. National rate, and we can be 95% certain that this difference is not due to chance.


No Different than U.S. National Rate - Many hospitals in the No Different Than U.S. National Rate category have 30-day risk-adjusted death (mortality) rates that are about the same as the U.S. National rate. Other hospitals in this category have rates that are higher or lower than the U.S. National rate, but we cannot be 95% certain that these differences are not due to chance. One cannot be certain about differences when a hospital has very few relevant patients.


Worse Than U.S. National Rate - Hospitals in the Worse Than U.S. National Rate category have 30-day risk-adjusted death (mortality) rates that are higher than the U.S. National rate, and we can be 95% certain that this difference is not due to chance.



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