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1 Quality Indicators And Healthcare A First Step To The Evaluation Of A Hospitals Performance Introdução à Medicina 2008/2009 Ana Cristina Pereira Ana Teresa Carapenha Ana Rita Oliveira André Vinha Catarina Vieira Eduardo Freitas João Rebelo Mariana Oliveira Marli Cruz Nuno Ribeiro Victoriano Costa Authors

2 Quality Of Healthcare The indicators are the source of information to evaluate the performance of a hospital. KIRKMAN, Jamie John, BOUAMRA, Omar, Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10

3 Quality Of Healthcare

4 Values of the indicators as the basis to evaluate healthcare quality. Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10 EDDY, David M., 1998

5 Research Question and Main Aim Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10 How did quality and performance indicators evolve through the years in a central hospital? Our main objective is to calculate these indicators concerning different variables and to have a perspective of the performance of the hospital in case. Definitive conclusions demand a more exaustive study.

6 Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10 Examination of healthcare quality. Definition of a hospitals activity and production. Study of the quality of the data. How will we do this? Specific Aims

7 Methods Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10

8 Methods SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) Provider of predictive analytics software and solutions. (*) (*) SPSS: The Predictive Analytics Company:

9 Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10 Methods DRGs ICD-9-CM ICD-9-CM is the official system of assigning codes to diagnoses and procedures associated with hospital utilization in the United States. (**) A system for classifying patient care by relating common characteristics such as diagnosis, treatment, and age to an expected consumption of hospital resources and length of stay. (*) (*) MeSh definition (**) Classifications of Diseases and Functioning & Disability: INE The entity responsible for ensuring the production and dissemination of official statistical information. (***) (***) Statistics Portugal:

10 Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10 Methods

11 Expected Results Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10

12 Expected Results

13 Introdução à Medicina - Turma 10

14 References EDDY, David M. Performance measurements: problems and solutions in Health Affairs. Vol.17. 4, REINHARDT,U: Quality in comsumer Driven Health Systems, International Journal for Health Care. 1998; 10(5) BENTES, Margarida; BERARDO, Ana; MATIAS, Alberto: XVII Congresso da União Europeia de Gestores Hospitalares; GARDNER, Karen L; SIBTHORPE, Beverly; LONGSTAFF, Duncan. National quality and performance system for Divisions of General Practice: early reflections on a system under development Geraedts M, Schwartze D, Molzahn T. Hospital quality reports in Germany: patient and physician opinion of the reported quality indicators. Germany: BMC Health Serv Res.; 2007 Sep 28; BENTES, Margarida; GONÇALVES, Maria da Luz; TRANQUADA, Suzete; URBANO, João. A utilização dos GDHs como instrumento de financiamento hospitalar. Gestão Hospital, BRIZ, Teodoro; DIAS, Carlos Matias; FREITAS, Mário. Indicadores de saúde: uma visão de Saúde Pública, com interesse em Medicina Geral e Familiar. Revista Portuguesa Clínica Geral 2007;23: RIBEIRO, Nuno. Administração pública. TOC. 2000/08 URIEL, Zanon. Qualidade da assistência médico-hospitalar: conceito e avaliação de indicadores Jul-Set RAS _ Vol. 2, Nº 8. Available from:

15 References National report on health sector performance indicators 2003 [Internet]. Canberra:. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare; DIMICK, Justin B., WELCH, H. Gilbert, BIRKMEYER, John D. Surgical Mortality as an Indicator of Hospital Quality: The Problem With Small Sample Size. JAMA. 2004;292: Classifications of Diseases and Functioning & Disability: International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM). [Cited 2 Dec 2008] Available from: SPSS: The Predictive Analytics Company. [Cited 16 Dec 2008] Available from: Statistics Portugal. [Cited 17 Dec 2008] Available from:


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