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September 24, 2013
About the Leapfrog Hospital Recognition Program
The Leapfrog Hospital Recognition Program™ (LHRP) is a comprehensive hospital pay-for-performance program that focuses on the most important national patient safety,
quality, and resource use standards. These standards are taken directly from The Leapfrog Hospital Survey which serves as the database for the Leapfrog Hospital
Recognition Program.
Through LHRP, a hospital is scored for its performance on each of Leapfrog’s 18 standards. Individual scores, which range from 0 (lowest performance) to 100 (highest
performance), are then compared against state and national averages. Scores for each hospital are calculated using the LHRP Scoring Methodology (see
www.leapfroggroup.org/lhrpreports for details) and then rolled up into three composite scores: Quality, Resource Use, and Value. The three composite scores are used in
national Quality and Resource Use comparisons and the Value decile rankings.
LHRP uses data collected through The Leapfrog Hospital Survey each year to evaluate hospital performance in numerous clinical focus areas:
• Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE)
• ICU Physician Staffing (IPS)
• Evidence-Based Hospital Referrals (AVR, AAA, Pancreatectomy, Esophagectomy, and High-risk Newborn Deliveries)
• Maternity Care (Early Elective Deliveries, Episiotomy, Maternity Care Quality)
• Managing Serious Errors (CLABSI, CAUTI, Never Events, Hospital-Acquired Pressure Ulcers, and Hospital-Acquired Injuries)
• Readmissions for Common Acute Conditions (AMI, Heart Failure, and Pneumonia)
• Length of Stay Composites for Common Acute Conditions (AMI, Heart Failure, Pneumonia)
• Safe Practices
LHRP Reports are available for all hospitals that completed The 2013 Leapfrog Hospital Survey. The 2013 LHRP Reports contain data collected from 1,324 hospitals in all 50
states, including the District of Columbia.
For more information about The Leapfrog Hospital Survey or Leapfrog Hospital Recognition Program, please visit www.leapfroggroup.org or contact
[email protected]
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September 24, 2013
This report contains detailed information about how your hospital compares to others in the state and across the country on 18 performance standards. For each standard,
your hospital earned a score from 0-100. These scores were calculated by applying the Leapfrog Hospital Recognition Program (LHRP) Scoring Methodology to the data you
submitted to The 2013 Leapfrog Survey. Information about the LHRP Scoring Methodology is included in this report.
The Quality score is based on a hospital's performance on the following
national quality standards:
•Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE)
•ICU Physician Staffing (IPS)
•Evidence-Based Hospital Referrals (AVR, AAA, Pancreatectomy,
Esophagectomy, and High-risk Newborn Deliveries)
•Maternity Care (Early Elective Deliveries, Episiotomy, and Maternity Care
Quality)
•Managing Serious Errors (CLABSI, CAUTI, Never Events Policies, HospitalAcquired Pressure Ulcers, and Hospital-Acquired Injuries)
•NQF Safe Practices
The Resource Use score is based on a hospital's performance on the following
national quality standards:
•Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE)
•ICU Physician Staffing (IPS)
•Early Elective Deliveries
•Readmission Composite for Common Acute Conditions (AMI, Heart Failure,
Pneumonia)
•Length of Stay Composite for Common Acute Conditions (AMI, Heart Failure,
Pneumonia)
•Managing Serious Errors (CLABSI, CAUTI, Hospital-Acquired Pressure Ulcers, and
Hospital-Acquired Injuries)
The Value score is a combination of Quality (65%) and Resource Use (35%). For example, if your overall Quality score was 60 and your overall Resource Use score was 40,
your Value Score would be: (60 × 65%) + (40 × 35%) = 39 + 14 = 53.
To find answers to frequently asked questions, a description of LHRP scoring changes for 2013, and information about LHRP, visit www.leapfroggroup.org/lhrpreports.
Data was submitted to Leapfrog on 8/29/2013
Comparative data in this report is current as of 8/31/2013
Report generated on 9/24/2013
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Your
Score
State Avg
National
Avg
Quality
56
65
59
Resource Use
Value
72
69
60
61
67
59
Summary Scores
The scatter plot below illustrates how your hospital compares to others in the state and across the
country on Quality and Resource Use. (Please note that a higher Resource Use score is better.)
Refer to the National Value Score Comparison chart to better understand how your hospital ranks
in overall Value compared to others. The 2013 LHRP Reports contain data collected from 1,324
hospitals in all 50 states, including the District of Columbia.
Quality and Resource Use Comparison
STATE Hospitals
U.S. Hospitals
National Value Score Comparison
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80.34011113
FALSE
100
73.95052732
FALSE
90
69.54685555
FALSE
Resource Use Score
80
64.82725442
FALSE
70
60.55959258
TRUE
60
55.91171403
50
FALSE
40
FALSE
30
FALSE
20
FALSE
10
FALSE
50.85904992
45.01857588
36.37404169
0
Decile
Score Range
Top
89 or better
2nd
78 to 89
3rd
68 to 78
4th
62 to 68
5th
55 to 62
6th
47 to 55
7th
41 to 47
8th
33 to 41
9th
21 to 33
10th
Less than 21
Your Hospital's Performance
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SAMPLE HOSPITAL
Banner Good Samaritan Medical
Center
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Center
Banner Good Samaritan Medical
Center
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Center
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Center
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Quality Score
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60
70
80
90
100
Note: Decile score ranges are rounded to the
nearest whole number.
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For hospitals who would like more detailed information on their performance scores, The Leapfrog Group offers two additional types of reports:
Basic Plus Reports ($375) include:
• Individual scores for each Leapfrog standard compared to state and
national averages
• Detailed scoring document
• Power Point presentation
• LHRP Scoring Methodology
Premium Reports ($450) include:
• Individual scores for each Leapfrog standard compared to a custom comparison
group (visit www.leapfroggroup.org/lhrpreports for a complete list of comparison
groups)
• Individual scores for each Leapfrog standard compared to state and national
averages
• Power Point presentation
• LHRP Scoring Methodology
Quality Measures
AAA Quality
Pancreatectomy Quality
Esophagectomy Quality
High-Risk Delivery Quality
Maternity Care Process
Episiotomy Rate
Early Elective Deliveries
Never Events
Medication Safety (CPOE)
ICU Physician Staffing (IPS)
Central Line Infection Rate
CAUTI Infection Rate
Pressure Ulcers Rate
Hospital Injuries Rate
Readmissions Composite
LOS Composite
Quality
Resource Use
VALUE
To order a Basic Plus Report or a
Premium Report, visit
www.leapfroggroup.org/lhrpreports and
follow the ordering instructions or
contact [email protected]
AVR Quality
Hospitals use reports to:
• Pinpoint areas of excellence
• Identify areas for improvement
• Integrate into quality plans
• Engage medical staff, administrators,
employees, and board members
Safe Practices
Resource Use Measures
National Average
66
70
69
65
66
63
76
60
68
84
47
50
56
56
71
59
63
63
54
49
53
Sample State
41
43
56
49
51 100 78
11
49
68
6
33
74
71
77
67
53
31
28
22
26
More than 500
66
65
64
68
65
59
73
94
59
62
55
52
67
57
50
54
60
58
59
Sample Hospital
81
21 100 43
67 100 15 100 91
76
37
34 100 27
65
71
67
National
Measures
from The 2013
Leapfrog
Hospital
Survey
63
77
42 N/A 100 33
Color codes for hospital score relative to national average
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