Alpine B (159897) – Assisted Living in Mission Viejo, CA

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the patient’s temperature and blood (sugar) at normal levels

catheters that are used to the bladder in a timely manner surgery.

Hospitals can also the risk of cardiac problems with surgery by:

Making sure that prescription drugs are continued in the before, during, and just the surgery. This includes used to control heart and blood pressure.

Giving that prevent blood and using other methods as special stockings that circulation in the legs.

An acute infarction (AMI), also a heart …, happens one of the heart’s arteries becomes and the supply of blood and oxygen to of the heart muscle is slowed or When the heart muscle get the oxygen and nutrients it needs, the heart tissue may …. measures show some of the of care provided, if appropriate, for adults who have had a heart

Pneumonia is a serious lung that causes difficulty fever, cough and fatigue. measures show some of the treatments for pneumonia. Read information about pneumonia

Heart Failure is a weakening of the pumping power. With failure, your body get enough oxygen and nutrients to its needs. These measures some of the process of care for most adults with failure.

Read more about heart failure.

is a chronic lung condition causes problems getting air in and out of the Children with asthma may wheezing, coughing, chest and trouble breathing.

30-Day Mortality is when … within 30 days of admission to a hospital. The information follows shows the … for each hospital compared to the National Rate.

The rates into account how sick were before they admitted to the hospital.

30-Day is when patients who have had a hospital stay need to go into a hospital again 30 days of their discharge. the rates of readmission for each are compared to the U.S. National

The rates take into how sick patients were they were admitted to the Read more information hospital readmission measures.

measures give you information hospitals’ use of medical imaging for outpatients based on the following:

patients’ safety, such as patients’ exposure to radiation and risks as low as possible.

Following up when screening tests as mammograms show a possible

Avoiding the risk, stress, and of doing imaging tests patients may not need.

The information here is limited to medical facilities that are part of a or associated with a hospital. facilities can be inside or near the or in a different location. This only includes medical done on outpatients.

Medical imaging tests for patients who have been to the hospital as inpatients aren’t

These measures are based on claims data.

HCAHPS Consumer Assessment of Healthcare and Systems) is a national survey asks patients about experiences during a recent stay. Use the results shown to compare hospitals based on ten hospital quality topics.

Acquired Conditions are serious that patients may get during an hospital stay. If hospitals proper procedures, patients are likely to get these conditions. doesn’t pay for any of these conditions, and can’t be billed for them, if got them while in the hospital.

Medicare will only pay for conditions if patients already had when they were to the hospital.

Serious Complications are on how often … patients had serious, but potentially preventable related to medical or surgical hospital care.

Deaths for Conditions are based on how many with these conditions while they were in the

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