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Heart failure (HF): percentage of HF patients discharged from a hospital inpatient setting to who have a documented re-evaluation for symptoms worsening and treatment compliance conducted within 72 hours after discharge. 2015 Mar. NQMC:010003
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: Advanced Certification in Disease-specific Care Measures
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Heart failure (HF): percentage of HF patients who are prescribed bisoprolol, carvedilol, or sustained-release metoprolol succinate for LVSD at hospital discharge. 2015 Mar. NQMC:009998
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: Advanced Certification in Disease-specific Care Measures
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Heart failure (HF): percentage of HF patients who have documentation in the medical record of a one-time discussion of advance directives/advance care planning with a healthcare provider. 2015 Mar. NQMC:010001
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: Advanced Certification in Disease-specific Care Measures
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Heart failure (HF): percentage of HF patients who have documentation in the medical record that an advance directive was executed. 2015 Mar. NQMC:010002
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: Advanced Certification in Disease-specific Care Measures
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Hospital-based inpatient psychiatric services: the percentage of patients discharged from a hospital-based inpatient psychiatric setting on two or more antipsychotic medications. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010336
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Quality Core Measures
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Hospital-based inpatient psychiatric services: the percentage of patients discharged from a hospital-based inpatient psychiatric setting with a continuing care plan created. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010338
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Quality Core Measures
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Hospital-based inpatient psychiatric services: the total number of hours that all patients admitted to a hospital-based inpatient psychiatric setting were held in seclusion. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010335
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Quality Core Measures
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Hospital-based inpatient psychiatric services: the total number of hours that all patients admitted to a hospital-based inpatient psychiatric setting were maintained in physical restraint. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010334
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Quality Core Measures
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Perinatal care: percentage of high-risk newborns with staphylococcal and gram negative septicemias or bacteremias. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010343
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Quality Core Measures
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Perinatal care: percentage of newborns that were exclusively fed breast milk during the newborn's entire hospitalization. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010344
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Quality Core Measures
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Perinatal care: percentage of nulliparous women with a term, singleton baby in a vertex position delivered by cesarean birth. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010341
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Quality Core Measures
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Perinatal care: percentage of patients with elective vaginal deliveries or elective cesarean sections at greater than or equal to 37 and less than 39 weeks of gestation completed. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010340
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Quality Core Measures
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Stroke: percent of acute ischemic stroke patients for whom IV t-PA was initiated at the hospital within 3 hours (less than or equal to 180 minutes) of time last known well. 2015 Oct. NQMC:010130
The Joint Commission - Health Care Accreditation Organization.
Collection: National Hospital Inpatient Quality Measures
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