ASC Facility Compare Tool
ASCs can access measure data from other ASCs in their city and state or in their ZIP code to compare performance and set goals for improved patient care.
This page contains data from Medicare’s Hospital Compare Site.
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The following measures are included in the ASCQR Program data:
|Measure #||Measure Title||Applicable Notes|
|ASC-1*||Patient Burn||Lower rates are better.|
|ASC-2*||Patient Fall||Lower rates are better.|
|ASC-3*||Wrong Site, Side, Patient, Procedure, Implant||Lower rates are better.|
|ASC-4*||Hospital Transfer/Admission||Lower rates are better.|
|ASC-5*||Prophylactic Intravenous (IV) Antibiotic Timing||Higher rates are better.|
|ASC-6†||Safe Surgery Checklist Use||All patients are included, not only Medicare patients.|
|ASC-7†||ASC Facility Volume Data on Selected ASC Surgical Procedures||All patients are included not only Medicare patients. Get details [PDF, 81K] about the selected procedures, including the procedure category, the corresponding Surgical Procedure Codes and short descriptions for ASC-7.|
|ASC-8||Influenza Vaccination Coverage among Healthcare Personnel||Data for this measure are from the 2016/2017 flu season (October 1, 2016-March 31, 2017).|
|ASC-9†||Percentage of patients receiving appropriate recommendation for follow-up screening colonoscopy||All patients are included, not only Medicare patients.|
|ASC-10†||Percentage of patients with history of polyps receiving follow-up colonoscopy in the appropriate timeframe||All patients are included, not only Medicare patients.|
|ASC-11†||Percentage of patients who had cataract surgery and had improvement in visual function within 90 days following the surgery||All patients are included, not only Medicare patients; ASCs have the option to voluntarily submit data for ASC-11.|
|ASC-12*||Rate of unplanned hospital visits after an outpatient colonoscopy||Lower rates are better.|
*Results for these measures are rates per 1,000 patients (or per 1,000 procedures).
†All patients are included, not only Medicare patients.
For information on footnotes used in the data tables, visit https://www.medicare.gov/hospitalcompare/data/Footnotes.html.
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