ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST in AUSTIN, TX:
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About ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST

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ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST is one of a type of hospitals called Acute Care Hospitals. It is located in AUSTIN, TX. Its five star rating is Not Available. It's type of ownership is Voluntary non-profit - Private. The facility's Medicare ID is 450865.

EMERGENCY SERVICES: It does provide emergency services.

There are 49 medical professionals affiliated with ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST.

According to a survey by the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems ("HCAHPS") that ended in September 30, 2021, 72% of the patients surveyed definitely recommended ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST, while only 7% did not recommend going to ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST.

The information presented below is based on data provided by U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). It is updated as new data is made available.

General Information for ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST

Address:

7900 FM 1826
AUSTIN, TX 78737
(512) 324-9000
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Medicare Provider Number:

450865

Type:

Acute Care Hospitals

Ownership:

Voluntary non-profit - Private

Overall Hospital Quality Star Rating for ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST

Overall Rating: Not Available

The Overall Hospital Quality Star Rating for ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST summarizes a variety of measures across 5 areas of quality into a single star rating for each hospital. Once reporting thresholds are met, a hospital’s Overall Star Rating is calculated using only those measures for which data are available. Hospitals report data to The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ("CMS") through the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) Program, Hospital Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR) Program, Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP), Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) Reduction Program, and Hospital Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program. Overall Star Ratings aren’t calculated for Veterans Health Administration (VHA) or Department of Defense (DoD) hospitals.

Most hospitals will have an Overall Hospital Quality Star Rating of 3.

The methodology used to calculate Overall Star Ratings involves multiple steps to select, standardize, and calculate scores based on Care Compare measures. Overall Star Ratings are created using this seven-step process:

  1. Selection and standardization of measures for inclusion in the Overall Star Rating
  2. Assignment of measures to groups
  3. Calculation and standardization of measure group scores
  4. Calculation of hospital summary scores as a weighted average of available group scores
  5. Application of minimum thresholds for receiving an Overall Star Rating
  6. Assignment of hospitals to peer groups based on their number of measure groups (3, 4, or 5)
  7. Application of clustering algorithm to categorize summary scores into star ratings

For each hospital, a hospital summary score is calculated by taking the weighted average of the hospital’s scores for each measure group. The table below shows the weight applied to each measure group. The hospital summary score is then used to assign hospitals to star ratings, using k-means clustering within each peer group.

Measure group Weight used in calculation
Mortality 22%
Safety 22%
Readmission 22%
Patient Experience 22%
Timely & Effective Care 12%

Note that these percentage weights are out of 100%. If a hospital has no measures in a certain measure group, the weighted percentage is redistributed proportionally to the other measure groups. For example, if a hospital had no measures in the Timely & Effective Care category, the 12% weight would be redistributed evenly as 25% for each of the Mortality, Safety of Care, Readmission and Patient Experience groups.

National distribution of the Overall Hospital Quality Star Rating The following table shows the national distribution of the Overall Star Rating based on July 2022 results.

Overall rating Number of hospitals / Percentage
1 star 198 (6.34%)
2 stars 702 (22.49%)
3 stars 895 (28.68%)
4 stars 895 (28.68%)
5 stars 431 (13.81%)
N/A 1,368 (30.47%)

Additional detailed on the method for calculating the Overall Hospital Quality Star Rating from this document.

Cost of ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST, Compare to National and State Averages

Understanding how much a hospital is going to cost is extremely difficult. Hospitals themselves actively obscure what they charge and have negotiated different rates with different insurers. Then you have the problem of the wide variety of treatments which the ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST provides.

To provide some standard metric to compare hospital costs, CMS publishes the MSPB (or "Medicare Spending Per Beneficiary"). Even though you may not be on Medicare, this metric may still be useful. The MSPB is expressed as a percentage compared to the national average for costs that Medicare incurs. A percentage higher than 100% means the hospital charges more than the national average while a percentage less than 100% means the hospital charges less than the national average.

MSPB for ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST: 100.01%

On average at ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST, emergency patients were changed $17,416. This is lower than the state average of $26,387. It is also lower than the state average of $24,355.

More Information about the calculation of Medicare Spending Per Beneficiary for ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST: The measure assesses Medicare Part A and Part B payments for services provided to a ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST during a spending-per-beneficiary episode that spans from three days prior to an inpatient hospital admission through 30 days after discharge. The payments included in this measure are price-standardized and risk-adjusted. The payment measures for heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, and hip/knee replacement are estimates of payments associated with a 30-day episode of care for heart attack, heart failure, or pneumonia, or a 90-day episode of care for hip/knee replacement. The episode of care begins with the admission. For the heart attack, heart failure, and pneumonia measures, payments across multiple care settings, services, and supplies (inpatient, outpatient, skilled nursing facility, home health, hospice, physician/clinical laboratory/ambulance services, durable medical equipment, prosthetics/orthotics, and supplies) are assessed for the next 30 days. For hip/knee replacement, the measure includes all payments for the next 30 days but also includes payments related to the hip/knee replacement for days 31 – 90. For the heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, and hip/knee replacement payment measures, payment rates are provided in the downloadable database and presented on the Hospital Care Compare website in terms of dollars. Hospitals’ rates are compared to the national mean payment to categorize whether a hospital’s payment rate is less than the national mean payment, no different than the national mean payment, or greater than the national mean payment, For some hospitals, the number of cases is too small to reliably compare their results to the national mean payment. The payment measures are not intended to be interpreted in isolation but to be considered in the context of existing quality measures such as CMS’s 30-day mortality measures for heart attack, heart failure, and pneumonia, and the 90-day complication measure for hip/knee replacement.

Detailed table for spending and period for patients at ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST:

Type Amount
Home Health Agency (1 to 3 days Prior to Index Hospital Admission) $39
Hospice (1 to 3 days Prior to Index Hospital Admission) $0
Inpatient (1 to 3 days Prior to Index Hospital Admission) $0
Outpatient (1 to 3 days Prior to Index Hospital Admission) $191
Skilled Nursing Facility (1 to 3 days Prior to Index Hospital Admission) $0
Durable Medical Equipment (1 to 3 days Prior to Index Hospital Admission) $4
Carrier (1 to 3 days Prior to Index Hospital Admission) $561
Home Health Agency (During Index Hospital Admission) $0
Hospice (During Index Hospital Admission) $0
Inpatient (During Index Hospital Admission) $8,610
Outpatient (During Index Hospital Admission) $0
Skilled Nursing Facility (During Index Hospital Admission) $0
Durable Medical Equipment (During Index Hospital Admission) $7
Carrier (During Index Hospital Admission) $899
Home Health Agency (1 through 30 days After Discharge from Index Hospital Admission) $844
Hospice (1 through 30 days After Discharge from Index Hospital Admission) $210
Inpatient (1 through 30 days After Discharge from Index Hospital Admission) $2,821
Outpatient (1 through 30 days After Discharge from Index Hospital Admission) $505
Skilled Nursing Facility (1 through 30 days After Discharge from Index Hospital Admission) $1,385
Durable Medical Equipment (1 through 30 days After Discharge from Index Hospital Admission) $31
Carrier (1 through 30 days After Discharge from Index Hospital Admission) $1,308
Total (Complete Episode) $17,416

Infection Rates at ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST

These measures show how often patients at ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST contract certain infections during the course of their medical treatment, when compared to other hospitals nationally. HAI measures provide information on infections that occur while the patient is in the hospital and include: central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI), catheterassociated urinary tract infections (CAUTI), surgical site infection (SSI) from colon surgery or abdominal hysterectomy, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) blood laboratory-identified events (bloodstream infections), and Clostridium difficile (C.diff.) laboratory-identified events (intestinal infections). The HAI measures show how often patients at ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST contract certain infections during the course of their medical treatment, when compared to like hospitals. The CDC calculates a Standardized Infection Ratio (SIR) which may take into account the type of patient care location, number of patients with an existing infection, laboratory methods, hospital affiliation with a medical school, bed size of the hospital, patient age, and classification of patient health. SIRs are calculated for the hospital, the state, and the nation. Hospitals’ SIRs are compared to the national benchmark to determine if hospitals’ performance on these measures is better than the national benchmark (lower), no different than the national benchmark, or worse than the national benchmark (higher). The HAI measures apply to all patients treated in acute care hospitals, including adult, pediatric, neonatal, Medicare, and non-Medicare patients.

Infection Type Score / Compare to National Average
Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection (ICU + select Wards): Lower Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection (ICU + select Wards): Upper Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection: Number of Device Days 97.00 / Not Available
Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection (ICU + select Wards): Predicted Cases 0.06 / Not Available
Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection (ICU + select Wards): Observed Cases 0.00 / Not Available
Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection (ICU + select Wards) Not Available / Not Available
Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (ICU + select Wards): Lower Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (ICU + select Wards): Upper Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (ICU + select Wards): Number of Urinary Catheter Days 46.00 / Not Available
Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (ICU + select Wards): Predicted Cases 0.02 / Not Available
Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (ICU + select Wards): Observed Cases 0.00 / Not Available
Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (ICU + select Wards) Not Available / Not Available
SSI - Colon Surgery: Lower Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
SSI - Colon Surgery: Upper Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
SSI - Colon Surgery: Number of Procedures 5.00 / Not Available
SSI - Colon Surgery: Predicted Cases 0.13 / Not Available
SSI - Colon Surgery: Observed Cases 0.00 / Not Available
SSI - Colon Surgery Not Available / Not Available
SSI - Abdominal Hysterectomy: Lower Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
SSI - Abdominal Hysterectomy: Upper Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
SSI - Abdominal Hysterectomy: Number of Procedures 5.00 / Not Available
SSI - Abdominal Hysterectomy: Predicted Cases 0.04 / Not Available
SSI - Abdominal Hysterectomy: Observed Cases 0.00 / Not Available
SSI - Abdominal Hysterectomy Not Available / Not Available
MRSA Bacteremia: Lower Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
MRSA Bacteremia: Upper Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
MRSA Bacteremia: Patient Days 2,470.00 / Not Available
MRSA Bacteremia: Predicted Cases 0.06 / Not Available
MRSA Bacteremia: Observed Cases 0.00 / Not Available
MRSA Bacteremia Not Available / Not Available
Clostridium Difficile (C.Diff): Lower Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
Clostridium Difficile (C.Diff): Upper Confidence Limit Not Available / Not Available
Clostridium Difficile (C.Diff): Patient Days 2,470.00 / Not Available
Clostridium Difficile (C.Diff): Predicted Cases 0.60 / Not Available
Clostridium Difficile (C.Diff): Observed Cases 3.00 / Not Available
Clostridium Difficile (C.Diff) Not Available / Not Available

How ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST Compares to Other Similar Facilities

This is how ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST compares to other similar hospitals nationally based on data provided to CMS.

Top Hospitals in AUSTIN, TX

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Percentages of Complications and Deaths at ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST

Measure Score Compared to National Rates
Rate of complications for hip/knee replacement patients NA Not Enough Data
Death rate for heart attack patients NA Not Enough Data
Death rate for CABG surgery patients NA Not Enough Data
Death rate for COPD patients NA Not Enough Data
Death rate for heart failure patients NA Not Enough Data
Death rate for pneumonia patients NA Not Enough Data
Death rate for stroke patients NA Not Enough Data
Pressure ulcer rate 0.55% SAME
Death rate among surgical inpatients with serious treatable complications NA Not Enough Data
Iatrogenic pneumothorax rate 0.19% SAME
In-hospital fall with hip fracture rate 0.07% SAME
Postoperative hemorrhage or hematoma rate 2.37% SAME
Postoperative acute kidney injury requiring dialysis rate 0.92% SAME
Postoperative respiratory failure rate 6.11% SAME
Perioperative pulmonary embolism or deep vein thrombosis rate 3.33% SAME
Postoperative sepsis rate 4.06% SAME
Postoperative wound dehiscence rate NA Not Enough Data
Abdominopelvic accidental puncture or laceration rate NA Not Enough Data
CMS Medicare PSI 90: Patient safety and adverse events composite 0.98% SAME

Medical Professsionals Affiliated with ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST

These are the doctors affliated with this hospital:

  • JOAN ADMIRAND ( PATHOLOGY - HURT, JACKNOW, MOORE, CONNOR, WELLS, MICHELS, YURCO, LISTROM AND HUANG )
  • KATHRYN ALEXANDER ( PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • STEVEN ALEXANDER ( CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CARDIOLOGY) - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • QAISAR ALSHEBANI ( INTERNAL MEDICINE - QUESTCARE HOSPITALISTS PLLC )
  • ALBERT ARTHUR ( FAMILY PRACTICE - HOLY ROSARY HEALTHCARE )
  • LAUREN ASH ( GENERAL SURGERY )
  • AKASH ATTREYA ( FAMILY PRACTICE - HOLY ROSARY HEALTHCARE )
  • CHARLES BAILEY ( INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY - NA MEDICAL, PLLC )
  • DARLA BONNER ( NURSE PRACTITIONER - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • DIMPLE BUTLER ( FAMILY PRACTICE - HOLY ROSARY HEALTHCARE )
  • PETER CASHIO ( GENERAL PRACTICE )
  • CLAY CAUTHEN ( CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CARDIOLOGY) - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • MATTHEW CROZIER ( ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY - AUSTIN SPORTS MEDICINE LLP )
  • ADAM DECKER ( PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • LYNE EMOND ( CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETIST (CRNA) - U S ANESTHESIA PARTNERS OF TEXAS, PA )
  • CAITLIN GIESLER ( CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CARDIOLOGY) - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • ERNEST HAEUSSLEIN ( CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CARDIOLOGY) - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • GINA HAUSER ( NURSE PRACTITIONER - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • ROYCE HAYES ( ANESTHESIOLOGY - U S ANESTHESIA PARTNERS OF TEXAS, PA )
  • ZACHARY JEANES ( ANESTHESIOLOGY - U S ANESTHESIA PARTNERS OF TEXAS, PA )
  • PAVAN KARNATI ( CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CARDIOLOGY) - SCOTT AND WHITE CLINIC )
  • FARAZ KERENDI ( CARDIAC SURGERY - CARDIOTHORACIC AND VASCULAR SURGEONS,PA )
  • FAHAD KHATEEB ( HOSPITALIST - SUMMIT MEDICAL GROUP PA )
  • KURT KNAUTH ( ANESTHESIOLOGY - U S ANESTHESIA PARTNERS OF TEXAS, PA )
  • TIMOTHY KOLDA ( PATHOLOGY - HURT, JACKNOW, MOORE, CONNOR, WELLS, MICHELS, YURCO, LISTROM AND HUANG )
  • ROMEO LAINEZ ( GENERAL SURGERY - CAPITAL SURGEONS GROUP, PLLC )
  • MCKENZIE LAVENGCO ( PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • MARK LINDSEY ( GENERAL SURGERY - AUSTIN SURGEONS PLLC )
  • DELFINO LORENZO ( GENERAL SURGERY - AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC PA )
  • GULNARA MARTORELLA ( INTERNAL MEDICINE - COGENT HEALTHCARE OF TEXAS PA )
  • RAJESH MEHTA ( GASTROENTEROLOGY )
  • MATTHEW MIDDAUGH ( INTERNAL MEDICINE - COGENT HEALTHCARE OF TEXAS PA )
  • FROSTY MOORE ( ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • GRAYSON MOORE ( ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • DUSTIN MOORE ( ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • LINDA NGUYEN ( EMERGENCY MEDICINE - FLORIDA EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS KANG AND ASSOCIATES MD INC )
  • ANNIE PENA ( ANESTHESIOLOGY - U S ANESTHESIA PARTNERS OF TEXAS, PA )
  • NED RADICH ( ANESTHESIOLOGY - U S ANESTHESIA PARTNERS OF TEXAS, PA )
  • FREDERICK ROMANO ( EMERGENCY MEDICINE - IES FLORIDA PLLC )
  • STEVEN RUTMAN ( ANESTHESIOLOGY - U S ANESTHESIA PARTNERS OF TEXAS, PA )
  • RUBEN SALINAS ( HOSPITALIST - COGENT HEALTHCARE OF TEXAS PA )
  • GABRIEL SALINAS ( GENERAL SURGERY - CAPITAL SURGEONS GROUP, PLLC )
  • JACOB SMIGEL ( EMERGENCY MEDICINE - TRAVIS COUNTY EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PA )
  • CARRIE SUTTON ( CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETIST (CRNA) - NORTH AMERICAN PARTNERS IN ANESTHESIA NEW HAMPSHIRE LLP )
  • LUKE SUTTON ( CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETIST (CRNA) - NORTH AMERICAN PARTNERS IN ANESTHESIA NEW HAMPSHIRE LLP )
  • THOMAS VETTER ( PAIN MANAGEMENT - SETON FAMILY OF DOCTORS )
  • SERGIO VILLEGAS ( FAMILY PRACTICE - HOLY ROSARY HEALTHCARE )
  • MIN WANG ( PATHOLOGY - HURT, JACKNOW, MOORE, CONNOR, WELLS, MICHELS, YURCO, LISTROM AND HUANG )
  • CHARLES WISEMAN ( DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY - SINGLETON ASSOCIATES PA )

Patient Survey Results

Below is information compiled by CMS on the percentage of patients who respond to specific treatments and a comparison of the results for ASCENSION SETON SOUTHWEST to the national results for similar facilities.

Survey Question Response
Patients who reported that their nurses "Always" communicated well 75 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Sometimes" or "Never" communicated well 6 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Usually" communicated well 19 %
Nurse communication - linear mean score Not Applicable
Nurse communication - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who reported that their nurses "Always" treated them with courtesy and respect 80 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Sometimes" or "Never" treated them with courtesy and respect 4 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Usually" treated them with courtesy and respect 16 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Always" listened carefully to them 76 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Sometimes" or "Never" listened carefully to them 6 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Usually" listened carefully to them 18 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Always" explained things in a way they could understand 70 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Sometimes" or "Never" explained things in a way they could understand 10 %
Patients who reported that their nurses "Usually" explained things in a way they could understand 20 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Always" communicated well 71 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Sometimes" or "Never" communicated well 10 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Usually" communicated well 19 %
Doctor communication - linear mean score Not Applicable
Doctor communication - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who reported that their doctors "Always" treated them with courtesy and respect 78 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Sometimes" or "Never" treated them with courtesy and respect 7 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Usually" treated them with courtesy and respect 15 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Always" listened carefully to them 69 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Sometimes" or "Never" listened carefully to them 12 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Usually" listened carefully to them 19 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Always" explained things in a way they could understand 66 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Sometimes" or "Never" explained things in a way they could understand 9 %
Patients who reported that their doctors "Usually" explained things in a way they could understand 25 %
Patients who reported that they "Always" received help as soon as they wanted 65 %
Patients who reported that they "Sometimes" or "Never" received help as soon as they wanted 10 %
Patients who reported that they "Usually" received help as soon as they wanted 25 %
Staff responsiveness - linear mean score Not Applicable
Staff responsiveness - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who reported that they "Always" received help after using the call button as soon as they wanted 68 %
Patients who reported that they "Sometimes" or "Never" received help after using the call button as soon as they wanted 8 %
Patients who reported that they "Usually" received help after using the call button as soon as they wanted 24 %
Patients who reported that they "Always" received bathroom help as soon as they wanted 61 %
Patients who reported that they "Sometimes" or "Never" received bathroom help as soon as they wanted 13 %
Patients who reported that they "Usually" received bathroom help as soon as they wanted 26 %
Patients who reported that staff "Always" explained about medicines before giving it to them 60 %
Patients who reported that staff "Sometimes" or "Never" explained about medicines before giving it to them 20 %
Patients who reported that staff "Usually" explained about medicines before giving it to them 20 %
Communication about medicines - linear mean score Not Applicable
Communication about medicines - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who reported that when receiving new medication the staff "Always" communicated what the medication was for 77 %
Patients who reported that when receiving new medication the staff "Sometimes" or "Never" communicated what the medication was for 9 %
Patients who reported that when receiving new medication the staff "Usually" communicated what the medication was for. 14 %
Patients who reported that when receiving new medication the staff "Always" discussed possible side effects 43 %
Patients who reported that when receiving new medication the staff "Sometimes" or "Never" discussed possible side effects 32 %
Patients who reported that when receiving new medication the staff "Usually" discussed possible side effects 25 %
Patients who reported that NO, they were not given information about what to do during their recovery at home 11 %
Patients who reported that YES, they were given information about what to do during their recovery at home 89 %
Discharge information - linear mean score Not Applicable
Discharge information - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who reported that NO, they did not discuss whether they would need help after discharge 17 %
Patients who reported that YES, they did discuss whether they would need help after discharge 83 %
Patients who reported that NO, they did not receive written information about possible symptoms to look out for after discharge 6 %
Patients who reported that YES, they did receive written information about possible symptoms to look out for after discharge 94 %
Patients who "Agree" they understood their care when they left the hospital 40 %
Patients who "Disagree" or "Strongly Disagree" they understood their care when they left the hospital 8 %
Patients who "Strongly Agree" they understood their care when they left the hospital 52 %
Care transition - linear mean score Not Applicable
Care transition - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who "Agree" that the staff took my preferences into account when determining my health care needs 42 %
Patients who "Disagree" or "Strongly Disagree" that the staff took my preferences into account when determining my health care needs 11 %
Patients who "Strongly Agree" that the staff took my preferences into account when determining my health care needs 47 %
Patients who "Agree" that they understood their responsiblities in managing their health 44 %
Patients who "Disagree" or "Strongly Disagree" that they understood their responsiblities in managing their health 7 %
Patients who "Strongly Agree" that they understood their responsiblities in managing their health 49 %
Patients who "Agree" that they understood the purposes of their medications when leaving the hospital 36 %
Patients who "Disagree" or "Strongly Disagree" that they understood the purposes of their medications when leaving the hospital 6 %
Patients who "Strongly Agree" that they understood the purposes of their medications when leaving the hospital 58 %
Patients who reported that their room and bathroom were "Always" clean 78 %
Patients who reported that their room and bathroom were "Sometimes" or "Never" clean 6 %
Patients who reported that their room and bathroom were "Usually" clean 16 %
Cleanliness - linear mean score Not Applicable
Cleanliness - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who reported that the area around their room was "Always" quiet at night 71 %
Patients who reported that the area around their room was "Sometimes" or "Never" quiet at night 7 %
Patients who reported that the area around their room was "Usually" quiet at night 22 %
Quietness - linear mean score Not Applicable
Quietness - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who gave their hospital a rating of 6 or lower on a scale from 0 (lowest) to 10 (highest) 12 %
Patients who gave their hospital a rating of 7 or 8 on a scale from 0 (lowest) to 10 (highest) 9 %
Patients who gave their hospital a rating of 9 or 10 on a scale from 0 (lowest) to 10 (highest) 79 %
Overall hospital rating - linear mean score Not Applicable
Overall hospital rating - star rating Not Applicable
Patients who reported NO, they would probably not or definitely not recommend the hospital 7 %
Patients who reported YES, they would definitely recommend the hospital 72 %
Patients who reported YES, they would probably recommend the hospital 21 %
Recommend hospital - linear mean score Not Applicable
Recommend hospital - star rating Not Applicable
Summary star rating Not Applicable