Quality & Performance
Quality Data on Core Measures
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) have developed several measurements to reflect the quality of care in hospitals. They include pneumonia, surgical care, heart failure and heart attack. This information is available publicly on http://www.hospitalcompare.hhs.gov, we have also provided a copy of the most recent report for you to review. Please follow the link below.
CENTRAL KENAI PENINSULA COMMUNITY HEALTH PLANNING REPORT
This report presents the results of a community health needs assessment commissioned by Central Peninsula Hospital, located in Soldotna, Alaska, to update a previous assessment conducted in 2009/2010. The University of New England's Center for Health Policy, Planning and Research, formerly Public Health Resource Group, was contracted in both years to conduct a survey of local residents and to review existing health risks and chronic disease prevalence data for comparison regions to determine the health status of Central Kenai Peninsula (CKP), Alaska. The goals of the current assessment were to:
- Complete a Community Health Needs Assessment by June 2013 to comply with IRS reporting requirements mandated in the PPACA;
- To take into account input from persons who represent the broad interests of the community served by the hospital facility, including those with special knowledge of or expertise in public health;
- Make certain that it "be made widely available to the public";
- Evaluate community perceptions of the need for various health services and of Central Peninsula Hospital's services and facilities;
- Inform strategic planning and provide recommendations for service delivery based on health status findings and physician workforce analysis.
Click here to view the report.