HSMR

AcronymDefinition
HSMRHospital Standardized Mortality Ratio
HSMRHourly Status Message Report
HSMRHome Station Medical Response (US Air Force)
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"While many contributory factors drive changes in HSMR, these figures reflect very positively on the hard work and dedication of our staff across all three acute hospitals in Lanarkshire, who are doing excellent work to improve the safe care of our patients."
HSMR figures, according to ISD, have an important role to play by"stimulating reflection on the quality and safety of patient care".
"None of our hospitals are flagging as an outlier for HSMR within Scotland," he said.
There is no positive measure of quality of inpatient care available in Canada (such as patient satisfaction), but negative events are recorded and can give an idea of the effort a hospital puts into treating its patients: A hospital will achieve better quality if it reduces its in-hospital mortality measured by hospital standardized mortality ratio (HSMR), its rate of nosocomial events (such as in-hospital sepsis), or the proportion of patients who have to be readmitted after being discharged (CIHI, 2016c).
As part of the review of the concerns raised, the HSMR value for each site and the trend was reviewed.
In North Cumbria, the trust has recorded a higher than average mortality ratio in relation to the Hospital Standardised Mortality Ratio (HSMR).
Nine of the trusts have been 'outliers' on the Hospital Standardised Mortality Ratio (HSMR) for two years running and the other five were identified by the Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) as having higher than expected death rates.
Nine of the trusts have been "outliers" on the Hospital Standardised Mortality Ratio (HSMR) for two years running and the other five were identified by the Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) as having higher than expected death rates.
Sir Brian said statistics showed that for a decade four hospitals had Hospital Standardised Mortality Ratios (HSMR) - which gives a figure for whether death rates are higher or lower than would be normally expected - which were "continuously very high".
The annual Dr Foster Hospital Guide has identified Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust as having a higher than expected hospital standardised mortality ratio (HSMR) in the last year.
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust raised concerns about the validity of the Dr Foster indicators, with medical director Dr Dave Rosser saying: "The HSMR (Hospital Standardised Mortality Ratio) is widely considered to be unsuitable for use as a comparative indicator between hospitals.
The Royal and Broadgreen hospitals fell within average rates in three of the categories, and below average in one, known as the Hospital Standardised Mortality Ratio (HSMR), with a rate of 92.