provider report card

provider report card

A measurement of the compliance of a health care provider with accepted standards of care. Ratings are used as a public means of comparing health care quality and patient care experience A variety of performance factors are used as measures, such as the percentage of a provider's female patients who have undergone Pap testing or mammography, the percentage of school-age patients vaccinated against preventable diseases; or the frequency of hospital-acquired infections among patients.
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Long Haul Provider Report Card is an industry-wide, survey-based study that provides long-haul wholesale service providers with insight into their operations and competitive performance through ratings by their customers.
Together, they should develop a provider report card that measures the provider's performance by examining benchmarks such as employee satisfaction and effectiveness in getting employees to return to work.
ATLANTIC-ACM's CDN Provider Report Card is an industry-wide, survey-based study that enables CDN customers to provide feedback on multiple CDN providers, with a focus on operations and products.
BOSTON -- ATLANTIC-ACM today announced the general availability of its inaugural CDN Provider Report Card.
Known as an innovator in workers' compensation, the company pioneered the provider report card concept for workers' compensation and established a national review panel of some of the country's most qualified workers' compensation practicing physicians.
According to Hicks, quality-based health care provider report card ratings are a powerful tool for assessing and improving health care quality.
Additionally, USA developed the nation's first workers' compensation Outcomes Measurement system and implemented both network and provider report card programs.
Over the past decade, there has been significant growth in the prevalence and ramifications of health care provider report cards.
Whether it's new deadlines for Medicare patients or new provider report cards telling you which hospital has the lowest infections or the most satisfied patients, important changes are underway that require patients and their advocates to be proactive in response.
The need to improve patient outcomes and operational efficiency is leading to investments in quality measurement, peer grouping, provider report cards and predictive modeling.
The need to improve patient outcomes and operational efficiency is leading to investments in quality measurement, peer-grouping, provider report cards and predictive modeling.
APS specializes in HEDIS reporting, provider report cards, quality improvement, data analysis and software development.
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