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Hospital
OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
Org ID: 7410

National Quality Improvement Goals: Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP)

Reporting Period: April 2013 - March 2014

  Compared to other Joint Commission Accredited Organizations
Measure Area
Nationwide Statewide
SCIP - Infection Prevention
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.

  Compared to other Joint Commission Accredited Organizations
  Nationwide Statewide
Measure Hospital
Results
Top 10% Scored at Least : Average Rate: Top 10% Scored at Least: Average Rate:
Patients having a surgery who received medicine to prevent infection (an antibiotic) within one hour before the skin was surgically cut.*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
99% of
1139 eligible Patients
Patients having surgery who received the appropriate medicine (antibiotic) which is shown to be effective for the type of surgery performed.*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
99% of
1139 eligible Patients
Patients who had surgery and received appropriate medicine that prevents infection (antibiotic) and the antibiotic was stopped within 24 hours after the surgery ended.*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 98% 100% 98%
99% of
1110 eligible Patients
 
Patients Having Blood Vessel Surgery*
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 98% 100% 98%
96% of
117 eligible Patients
Patients having blood vessel surgery who received medicine to prevent infection (an antibiotic) within one hour before the skin was surgically cut.*
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 98% 100% 98%
97% of
39 eligible Patients
Patients having blood vessel surgery who received the appropriate medicine (antibiotic) which is shown to be effective for this type of surgery.*
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
97% of
39 eligible Patients
Patients who had blood vessel surgery and received appropriate medicine that prevents infection (antibiotic) and the antibiotic was stopped within 24 hours after the surgery ended.*
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 96% 100% 96%
92% of
39 eligible Patients
 
Patients Having Colon/Large Intestine Surgery*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 97% 100% 97%
99% of
307 eligible Patients
Patients having colon/large intestine surgery who received medicine to prevent infection (an antibiotic) within one hour before the skin was surgically cut. *
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 98% 100% 98%
99% of
103 eligible Patients
Patients having colon/large intestine surgery who received the appropriate medicine (antibiotic) which is shown to be effective for this type of surgery.*
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 96% 100% 96%
99% of
103 eligible Patients
Patients who had colon/large intestine surgery and received appropriate medicine that prevents infection (antibiotic) and the antibiotic was stopped within 24 hours after the surgery ended.*
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 96% 100% 96%
99% of
101 eligible Patients
 
Patients Having Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
99% of
302 eligible Patients
Patients having coronary artery bypass graft surgery who received medicine to prevent infection (an antibiotic) within one hour before the skin was surgically cut.*
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This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 99% 100% 99%
100% of
102 eligible Patients
Patients having coronary artery bypass graft surgery who received the appropriate medicine (antibiotic) which is shown to be effective for this type of surgery.*
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This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 100% 100% 100%
100% of
102 eligible Patients
Patients who had coronary artery bypass graft surgery and received appropriate medicine that prevents infection (antibiotic) and the antibiotic was stopped within 48 hours after the surgery ended.*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
99% of
98 eligible Patients
 
Patients Having Hip Joint Replacement Surgery*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
99% of
738 eligible Patients
Patients having hip joint replacement surgery who received medicine to prevent infection (an antibiotic) within one hour before the skin was surgically cut.*
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This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 99% 100% 99%
100% of
248 eligible Patients
Patients having hip joint replacement surgery who received the appropriate medicine (antibiotic) which is shown to be effective for this type of surgery.*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 100% 100% 100%
99% of
248 eligible Patients
Patients who had hip joint replacement surgery and received appropriate medicine that prevents infection (antibiotic) and the antibiotic was stopped within 24 hours after the surgery ended.*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 98% 100% 99%
99% of
242 eligible Patients
 
Patients Having a Hysterectomy*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 98% 100% 98%
97% of
328 eligible Patients
Patients having hysterectomy surgery who received medicine to prevent infection (an antibiotic) within one hour before the skin was surgically cut.*
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
96% of
111 eligible Patients
Patients having hysterectomy surgery who received the appropriate medicine (antibiotic) which is shown to be effective for this type of surgery.*
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This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 98% 100% 98%
100% of
111 eligible Patients
Patients who had hysterectomy surgery and received appropriate medicine that prevents infection (antibiotic) and the antibiotic was stopped within 24 hours after the surgery ended.*
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 98% 100% 98%
95% of
106 eligible Patients
 
Patients Having Knee Joint Replacement Surgery*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
99% of
1203 eligible Patients
Patients having knee joint replacement surgery who received medicine to prevent infection (an antibiotic) within one hour before the skin was surgically cut.*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 100%
99% of
402 eligible Patients
Patients having knee joint replacement surgery who received the appropriate medicine (antibiotic) which is shown to be effective for this type of surgery.*
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(See Quarterly Results)
This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 100% 100% 100%
100% of
402 eligible Patients
Patients who had knee joint replacement surgery and received appropriate medicine that prevents infection (antibiotic) and the antibiotic was stopped within 24 hours after the surgery ended.*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
99% of
399 eligible Patients
 
Patients Having Open Heart Surgery other than Coronary Artery Bypass Graft*
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 99% 100% 99%
100% of
393 eligible Patients
Patients having open heart surgery other than coronary artery bypass graft who received medicine to prevent infection (an antibiotic) within one hour before the skin was surgically cut.*
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This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 99% 100% 99%
100% of
134 eligible Patients
Patients having open heart surgery other than coronary artery bypass graft who received the appropriate medicine (antibiotic) which is shown to be effective for this type of surgery.*
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This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 100% 100% 100%
100% of
134 eligible Patients
Patients who had open heart surgery other than coronary artery bypass graft and received appropriate medicine that prevents infection (antibiotic) and the antibiotic was stopped within 48 hours after the surgery ended.*
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This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 99% 100% 99%
100% of
125 eligible Patients
 
Heart surgery patients with controlled blood sugar after surgery.
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This organization’s performance is similar to the target range/value.
100% 96% 100% 96%
97% of
259 eligible Patients
Surgery patients with proper hair removal.
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This organization achieved the best possible results.
100% 100% 100% 100%
100% of
1499 eligible Patients
Urinary Catheter Removed
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This organization’s performance is above the target range/value.
100% 98% 100% 98%
99% of
920 eligible Patients
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1 - The measure or measure set was not reported.
2 - The measure set does not have an overall result.
3 - The number is not enough for comparison purposes.
4 - The measure meets the Privacy Disclosure Threshold rule.
5 - The organization scored above 90% but was below most other organizations.
6 - The measure results are not statistically valid.
7 - The measure results are based on a sample of patients.
8 - The number of months with measure data is below the reporting requirement.
9 - The measure results are temporarily suppressed.
10 - Test Measure: a measure being evaluated for reliability of the individual data elements or awaiting National Quality Forum Endorsement.
11 - There were no eligible patients that met the denominator criteria.


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