Houlton Regional Hospital measures the care we give patients that present to our facility for care using known Evidence Based Practices.Below are some of the key indicator measurements of Houlton Regional Hospital’s performance as compared to the State of Maine hospital averages. The “All or None” indicator shows that each patient got the right care for them at the right time.
The Surgical Care Improvement Project Process of Care Measures –
This project is a national quality partnership of organizations committed to improving the safety of surgical care through the reduction of postoperative complications.The ultimate goal of the partnership is to save lives.This graph shows our progress in ensuring each surgical patient got the care they needed for them to recover successfully.
Heart Failure Process of Care Measures –
Heart failure is a condition in which the heart can’t pump enough blood throughout the body.Heart failure does not mean your heart has stopped or is about to stop working.It means that your heart is not able to pump blood the way that is should.This graph shows our progress in ensuring each heart failure patient got the care they needed for them to recover successfully.
Pneumonia Process of Care Measures –
Bacterial pneumonia is when an infection causes swelling and fluid in the lungs.This fluid in the lungs can make it hard for you to breathe.People with bacterial pneumonia can have symptoms that range from mild to very severe.This graph shows our progress in ensuring each pneumonia patient got the care they needed for them to recover successfully.