Quality Home Health Care, LLC

3675 west outer rd, suite 203-bArnoldMO63010
No Star CMS Rating
47%
Patient Recommended
No Star Patient Rating

Services

Types of services offered to patients
Offers Nursing Care Services
Offers Home Health Aide Services
Offers Physical Therapy Services
Offers Occupational Therapy Services
Offers Speech Pathology Services
Offers Medical Social Services

Ratings

HHCAHPS Survey Result Star Ratings
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HHCAHPS Survey Summary Star Rating

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

n/a
Star Rating for health team gave care in a professional way

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

90
Percent of patients who reported that their home health team communicated well with them

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

n/a
Star Rating for health team communicated well with them

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

87
Percent of patients who reported that their home health team communicated well with them

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

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Star Rating team discussed medicines, pain, and home safety

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

78
Percent of patients who reported that their home health team discussed medicines, pain, and home safety with them

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

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Star Rating for how patients rated overall care from agency

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

71
Percent of patients who gave their home health agency a rating of 9 or 10 on a scale from 0 (lowest) to 10 (highest)

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

47
Percent of patients who reported YES, they would definitely recommend the home health agency to friends and family

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

16
Number of completed surveys

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

16
Response rate

Survey results are based on less than 12 months of data.

Fewer than 70 patients completed the survey. Use the scores shown, if any, with caution as the number of surveys may be too low to accurately tell how an agency is doing.

Quality Measures

HHCAHPS Process Quality Measures
100
How often the home health team began their patients' care in a timely manner
100
How often the home health team taught patients (or their family caregivers) about their drugs
100
How often the home health team checked patients' risk of falling
100
How often the home health team checked patients for depression
81.7
How often the home health team determined whether patients received a flu shot for the current flu season
83.8
How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a pneumococcal vaccine (pneumonia shot)
100
With diabetes, how often the home health team got doctor's orders, gave foot care, and taught patients about foot care
86
How often patients got better at walking or moving around
81.3
How often patients got better at getting in and out of bed
89.4
How often patients got better at bathing
88.9
How often patients' breathing improved
n/a
How often patients' wounds improved or healed after an operation
The number of patient episodes for this measure is too small to report.
86.1
How often patients got better at taking their drugs correctly by mouth
15.6
How often home health patients had to be admitted to the hospital
7
How often patients receiving home health care needed urgent, unplanned care in the ER without being admitted
100
How often physician-recommended actions to address medication issues were completely timely
0.04
Changes in skin integrity post-acute care: pressure ulcer/injury

Patient Outcome Statistics

Rates of Discharge to Community and Potentially Preventable Readmissions
191
Observed Number of Discharges to Community
234
Number of Eligible Stays for DTC Measure
81.62
Observed Discharge to Community Rate
89.66
Risk-Standardized Discharge to Community Rate
84.5
Lower Limit of the 95% Confidence Interval on the Risk- Standardized Discharge to Community Rate
1
DTC Comparative Performance Category

Better Than National Rate

7
Observed Number of Potentially Preventable Readmissions Following Discharge
78
Number of Eligible Stays for PPR Measure
8.97
Observed Potentially Preventable Readmissions Rate
3.83
Risk-Standardized Potentially Preventable Readmissions Rate
2.79
Lower Limit of the 95% Confidence Interval on the Risk- Standardized Potentially Preventable Readmissions Rate
5.34
Upper Limit of the 95% Confidence Interval on the Risk- Standardized Potentially Preventable Readmissions Rate
2
PPR Comparative Performance Category

Same As National Rate

0.95
How much Medicare spends on an episode of care at this agency, compared to Medicare spending across all agencies nationally
351
Number of episodes of care used to calculate how much Medicare spends on an episode of care at this agency, compared to Medicare spending across all agencies nationally

Service Area

Areas Served by the Home Health Agency
Ballwin, MO
63011, 63021
Barnhart, MO
63012
Cedar Hill, MO
63016
Chesterfield, MO
63005, 63017
Crystal City, MO
63019
De Soto, MO
63020
Fenton, MO
63026
Festus, MO
63028
Florissant, MO
63031, 63033
Foristell, MO
63348
Hazelwood, MO
63042
Hillsboro, MO
63050
House Springs, MO
63051
Imperial, MO
63052
Maryland Heights, MO
63043
O Fallon, MO
63366, 63368
Saint Charles, MO
63301, 63303, 63304
Saint Louis, MO
63101, 63103, 63104, 63106, 63107, 63108, 63109, 63110, 63111, 63112, 63113, 63114, 63115, 63116, 63118, 63121, 63122, 63123, 63124, 63125, 63128, 63129, 63130, 63131, 63132, 63133, 63135, 63136, 63137, 63138, 63139, 63144, 63146, 63147
Saint Peters, MO
63376
Valley Park, MO
63088