Milton Hospital

Pressure Ulcer Prevalence (Percent%)

For the period of March 2014 , June 2014 , September 2014 and December 2014. Lower rate reflects better performance.

Data Source: MHA PatientCareLink Project
See Statistical Appendix for analysis of statistical significance of measure rates.
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Patient Falls per 1,000 Patient Days

For the period of January 2014 - December 2014. Lower rate reflects better performance.

Data Source: MHA PatientCareLink Project
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Patient Falls with Injury per 1,000 Patient Days

For the period of January 2014 - December 2014. Lower rate reflects better performance.

Data Source: MHA PatientCareLink Project
See Statistical Appendix for analysis of statistical significance of measure rates.
See Hospital Reporting History for more information.

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Heart Attack or Chest Pain

For the period of July 2013 - June 2014.*  Higher rates reflect better performance.

Data Source: U.S. Dept. HHS Hospital Compare website
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Death rate for Heart Attack patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Up to 30-Days Following Hospital Discharge

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4529 in the United States  
58 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
2543 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
18 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
1910 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 64 in Massachusetts  
3 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
54 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
0 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
7 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Adjusted Death (Mortality) measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.


Rate of Readmission for Heart Attack patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Within 30-Days Following Prior Hospital Stay

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4420 in the United States  
24 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
2329 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
24 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
2043 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 63 in Massachusetts  
1 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
52 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
1 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
9 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Readmissions measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.

Heart Failure Care

For the period of July 2013 - June 2014.*  Higher rates reflect better performance.

Data Source: U.S. Dept. HHS Hospital Compare website
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Death rate for Heart Failure patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Up to 30-Days Following Hospital Discharge

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4781 in the United States  
170 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
3707 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
103 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
801 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 64 in Massachusetts  
13 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
48 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
1 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
2 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Adjusted Death (Mortality) measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.


Rate of Readmission for Heart Failure patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Within 30-Days Following Prior Hospital Stay

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4779 in the United States  
120 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
3834 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
138 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
687 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 64 in Massachusetts  
1 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
58 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
3 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
2 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Readmissions measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.

Pneumonia Care & Influenza Prevention

For the period of July 2013 - June 2014.*  Higher rates reflect better performance.

Data Source: U.S. Dept. HHS Hospital Compare website
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Death rate for Pneumonia Care patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Up to 30-Days Following Hospital Discharge

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4816 in the United States  
212 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
4022 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
198 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
384 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 65 in Massachusetts  
13 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
50 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
0 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
2 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Adjusted Death (Mortality) measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.


Rate of Readmission for Pneumonia Care patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Within 30-Days Following Prior Hospital Stay

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4822 in the United States  
34 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
4290 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
130 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
368 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 65 in Massachusetts  
0 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
62 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
1 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
2 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Readmissions measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.

Surgical Care Improvement

For the period of July 2013 - June 2014.*  Higher rates reflect better performance.

Data Source: U.S. Dept. HHS Hospital Compare website
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Stroke Care

For the period of July 2013 - June 2014.*  Higher rates reflect better performance.

Data Source: U.S. Dept. HHS Hospital Compare website
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Death rate for Stroke Care patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Up to 30-Days Following Hospital Discharge

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4506 in the United States  
74 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
2763 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
81 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
1588 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 63 in Massachusetts  
1 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
56 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
0 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
6 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Adjusted Death (Mortality) measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.


Rate of Readmission for Stroke Care patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Within 30-Days Following Prior Hospital Stay

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4491 in the United States  
20 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
2780 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
46 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
1645 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 68 in Massachusetts  
0 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
55 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
0 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
13 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Readmissions measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.

Blood Clot Prevention and Treatment

For the period of July 2013 - June 2014.*  Higher rates reflect better performance.

Data Source: U.S. Dept. HHS Hospital Compare website
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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Death rate for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Up to 30-Days Following Hospital Discharge

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted mortality is higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4647 in the United States  
50 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
3683 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
96 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
818 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 63 in Massachusetts  
7 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
54 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
0 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
2 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Adjusted Death (Mortality) measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.


Rate of Readmission for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Within 30-Days Following Prior Hospital Stay

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4657 in the United States  
23 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
3791 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
91 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
752 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 67 in Massachusetts  
0 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
54 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
5 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
8 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Readmissions measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.

Hip & Knee Replacement Surgery

Rate of Readmission for Hip & Knee Replacement Surgery patients

July 2010 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Within 30-Days Following Prior Hospital Stay

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 3540 in the United States  
63 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
2783 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
32 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
662 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 68 in Massachusetts  
2 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
54 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
0 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
12 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Readmissions measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.

Hospital Wide

Rate of Readmission Hospital-wide

July 2012 - June 2013, Medicare Patients, Within 30-Days Following Prior Hospital Stay

HOSPITAL NAME
Better Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are lower than the U.S. National Rate)
No Different Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are about the same as U.S. National Rate or difference is uncertain)
Worse Than
U.S. National Rate

(Adjusted readmissions are higher than U.S. National Rate)
MILTON HOSPITAL


Out of 4794 in the United States  
277 hospitals in the United States were Better than U.S. National Rate
4002 hospitals in the United States were No Different than U.S. National Rate
372 hospitals in the United States were Worse than U.S. National Rate
143 hospitals in the United States did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Out of 68 in Massachusetts  
4 hospitals were Better than U.S. National Rate
46 hospitals were No Different than U.S. National Rate
13 hospitals were Worse than U.S. National Rate
5 hospitals in Massachusetts did not have enough cases to reliably tell how well they are performing
Note: Medicare derived the 30-Day-Risk-Readmissions measures from its own data about patients on Original Medicare and the hospitals that treat them. The information in this table reflects care given only to patients who are on Original Medicare. All data are risk-adjusted.