TEXAS CARDIAC CARE: Ratings, Survey Results, and more
8851 CAMP BOWIE BLVD SUITE 250 FORT WORTH, TX 76116
About TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
TEXAS CARDIAC CARE is a home healthcare provider in FORT WORTH, TX. It's overall five star quality rating is 3 out of 5. The owner is proprietary. TEXAS CARDIAC CARE offers Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Medical Social Services, and Home Health Aide Services. The agency has been participating in Medicare since 04/06/2001; it's provider number is 679032. The agency costs more than the average agency nationally. The agency is highly recommended by 94% of its customers.
The information presented below is based on data provide by U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). It is updated as new data is made available.
General Information on TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
Data as of Jul 20, 2022
8851 CAMP BOWIE BLVD SUITE 250
FORT WORTH, TX 76116
Medicare Provider Number: 679032
Participating in Medicare Since: April 06, 2001
Ownership Type: PROPRIETARY
Cost compared to national average: 118%
DTC Performance for TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
The DTC performance for TEXAS CARDIAC CARE is "Same As National Rate". The DTC (or direct to community) rating is a measure of success of the home healthcare agency in helping to rehabilitate its clients.
The DTC-PAC measures assess successful discharge to the community from a PAC setting, with successful discharge to the community including no unplanned rehospitalizations and no death in the 31 days following discharge. Specifically, these measures report a provider’s riskstandardized rate of Medicare fee-for-service (FFS) patients/residents who are discharged to the community following a PAC stay, and do not have an unplanned readmission to an acute care hospital or LTCH in the 31 days following discharge to community, and who remain alive during the 31 days following discharge to community. Community, for this measure, is defined as home or self care, with or without home health services, based on Patient Discharge Status Codes 01, 06, 81, and 86 on the Medicare FFS claim. A statistical approach is used to calculate confidence intervals for the provider’s DTC rate. These confidence intervals are then compared to the national observed DTC rate to assign providers to performance categories for public reporting. The performance categories are (i) better than the national rate, (ii) no different from the national rate, and (iii) worse than the national rate.
Home Health Care Services Offered by TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Pathology Services
- Medical Social Services
- Home Health Aide Services
Home Health Care Services Not Offered by TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
Ratings for TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has developed a detailed methodology for rating home health care agencies. The scores shown below are based on the The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS®) Home Health Care Survey.
|HHCAHPS Survey Summary Star Rating||
|Star Rating For Health Team Gave Care In A Professional Way||
|Star Rating For Health Team Communicated Well With Them||
|Star Rating Team Discussed Medicines, Pain, And Home Safety||
|Star Rating For How Patients Rated Overall Care From Agency||
Service Area Covered by TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
TEXAS CARDIAC CARE provides home healthcare services in these zip codes.
Performance Measures for TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
All of the measures included in HHC are proportions that show what percentage of patients or episodes experienced the process or outcome being measured. For all measures, except acute care hospitalization, a higher measure value means a better score.
Process of care measures tell you how often an agency gave the recommended care (like checking patients for depression when they start getting care). A score of 88% for a process of care measure is interpreted as 88% of the patients received that recommended care during their episode of care.
Patient Survey Responses for TEXAS CARDIAC CARE
Below is information compiled by CMS on the percentage of patients who respond to specific treatments and a comparison of the results for TEXAS CARDIAC CARE to the national results for similar facilities.
|Question||Percentage / Compared to National|
|Percent Of Patients Who Reported That Their Home Health Team Gave Care In A Professional Way||96% (Nat: 88%)
|Percent Of Patients Who Reported That Their Home Health Team Communicated Well With Them||99% (Nat: 85%)
|Percent Of Patients Who Reported That Their Home Health Team Discussed Medicines, Pain, And Home Safety With Them||98% (Nat: 81%)
|Percent Of Patients Who Gave Their Home Health Agency A Rating Of 9 Or 10 On A Scale From 0 (lowest) To 10 (highest)||96% (Nat: 84%)
|Percent Of Patients Who Reported YES, They Would Definitely Recommend The Home Health Agency To Friends And Family||94% (Nat: 77%)