How Do Health Care Providers Perform Across Settings of Care?
Settings-of-care summary measures track the quality of care delivered in different care settings.
Select one of the settings of care below for this State's data:
The summary measures presented here combine and aggregate measures from many different sources, so they may differ from information provided by other organizations. For example, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services provide detailed data on hospital, nursing home, and home health care at the following sites:
- Hospital Care assesses the quality of care provided to patients with specific health problems when they are treated in the hospital.
- Ambulatory Care assesses the quality of care provided to patients with specific conditions when they are treated in doctors' offices, clinics, and other sites of walk-in care.
- Nursing Home Care assesses the quality of care provided to residents of nursing homes.
- Home Health Care assesses the quality of care given by home health agencies to clients who receive care at home from a health care professional.
Explore innovations in different settings of care:
AHRQ Health Care Innovations Exchange: A searchable database of successful and attempted health care innovations, quality tools, and learning and networking opportunities—a resource for those interested in developing and adopting innovations in health care delivery. Select the links below for innovations in different settings of care.