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Top Performer on Key Quality Measures®

Top Performer program to take hiatus in 2016

 

 

The Joint Commission’s Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® program, in its current form, will go on hiatus in 2016 while The Joint Commission reevaluates the program to better fit the evolving national measurement environment. 

Read the Joint Commission Online article. 

 

JQPS highlights hospital with sustained success in Joint Commission’s Top Performer program

February 3, 2016

 

The article details how Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH), in Baltimore, sustained its success in earning recognition from The Joint Commission’s Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® program for performance in both 2012 and 2013. Learn More

 

Spotlight on Success: Woodland Memorial Achieves 100% Performance on Perinatal Measures

Eve Dunaway, MA, IBCLC, lactation consult.; Amanda Martinez, RN; Jennifer Mitchell, RN; Sara Lopes, RN; Anna Enriquez, RN, MSN, dir., Fam. Birth Center.

The staff at Woodland Memorial have made supporting breastfeeding mothers a priority in their hospital. Read More. Would you like to receive helpful information like this on a monthly basis? Subscribe to The Source™ and use promo code SBU10 for a 10% discount! 

 

Top Performer on Key Quality Measures Program®

Top Performer on Key Quality Measures Program®

The Joint Commission created the Top Performer Program to provide both incentives and recognition to accredited hospitals that demonstrate the ability to achieve and sustain excellence in accountability measure performance.
 

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The Joint Commission’s Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® program recognizes accredited hospitals that attain excellence on accountability measure performance. The program is based on data reported in the previous year about evidence-based clinical processes for certain conditions, including heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, surgical care, children’s asthma, inpatient psychiatric services, venous thromboembolism, stroke, perinatal care, immunization, tobacco treatment and substance use.

Send questions to topperformersprogram@jointcommission.org.