Are you looking for your facility's performance data report?
Nursing homes regularly submit clinical Quality Measure (QM) data to CMS. The data are accessible via the Minimum Data Set (MDS) database, and some of those measures are published quarterly for public use on Nursing Home Compare.
The QIES/CASPER system includes a report that summarizes your QM results and includes state and national comparisons. (Your CASPER data is updated more frequently than the state and national comparisons.) Chapter 11 of the CASPER User's Guide describes how to access this report.
You may also choose to track your own data from weekly logs and other in-house sources. Qualis Health has developed a Run Chart tool to make it easier for you to track and compare your data over time.
For detailed definitions of the numerator and denominator used in each QM, download CMS' most current User Guide (listed near the bottom of their webpage)
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The NNHQCC’s composite score is comprised of 13 NQF-endorsed, long-stay quality measures that represent larger systems within the long-term care setting.
Qualis Health reports individual composite scores along with aggregate comparisons to each NHQCC particpant. Other nursing homes can calculate their own score by following these instructions.
For standardized process measures like rehospitalization, person-centered care, and consistent assignment, use the Advancing Excellence tracking tools to establish your baseline and track your improvement over time. You may also submit your data monthly on the AE website in order to compare your progress with others in the state and nationally.
Read about the nine goals of the Advancing Excellence Campaign.