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Vital New Quality Data on Hospital Readmission Rates Available on Hospital Compare Website
Date:7/9/2009

Colleges and its member teaching hospitals are pleased that Hospital Compare is continuing to expand its measures of hospital quality - which now include readmission rates for patients with certain conditions and more accurate data on patient mortality. We encourage hospitals and their patients to use all of the data available on the Web site to engage in important conversations about health care quality and about the improvements each hospital is making in clinical care delivery."

Deborah Ness, co-chair, Consumer-Purchaser Disclosure Project and president, National Partnership for Women & Families:

"All consumers, and particularly those with multiple and/or chronic conditions, want better information about where they can go to receive care that is coordinated and patient-centered, and where they will receive the best health outcomes," said National Partnership for Women & Families President Debra L. Ness, who Co-chairs the Consumer-Purchaser Disclosure Project.

"By offering access to national and state data on hospital readmission rates, Hospital Compare is providing consumers with a powerful new tool that can help them make these critically important and often difficult decisions. Particularly in light of the focus on overuse in the health care reform debate, we applaud the new inclusion of readmission measures and support HQA and CMS' work to expand Hospital Compare's breadth and depth."

Chip Kahn, president, Federation of American Hospitals

"The release of publicly reported readmissions, mortality and patient experience of care measures is good for consumers and patients; it offers an opportunity for hospitals to assess themselves and to use obj
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