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Quality of patient care has always been vital to the mission of Valley View. We are committed to a philosophy of patient-centered care, which includes full and transparent communication with patients and families. That transparency extends to openness with our patients and communities about our efforts to improve performance in safety, quality, and patient outcomes. We hope that access to this information allows you to feel confident in our organization and our commitment to you. Information on The t Commission. At Valley View, your satisfaction with the care we provide an important measure of our performance.
We want to deliver care that respects you as an individual, and so we want to hear your genuine opinions and comments related to your experience with us. With your help, we will continue to improve and provide exceptional care. Valley View is proud that we have continuously achieved patient satisfaction scores well above national standards. Our patient satisfaction data can be found at hospital compare. Patient safety is the foundation of all our efforts at Valley View. We aim to ensure the safety of each of our patients by eliminating avoidable harm, injury, and death. Our commitment to your safety is deep, consistent, and ongoing.
Valley View is committed to fostering a culture of safety — for patients, employees and visitors. We work in a variety of ways to improve safety for patients in all our facilities, so we can deliver safe, high-quality patient care, and retain our excellent staff. Research has shown that human beings—in all lines of work—make errors. Deing systems that make it easier for people to do the correct thing can prevent those errors. At Valley View, we continually monitor our compliance with safety measures, working to improve the systems and processes that help us keep you safe.
We follow National Patient Safety Goals from The t Commission, each of which specifies practices that have been shown to decrease errors and create a safer environment for our patients. Everyone has a role in making healthcare safe — physicians, healthcare executives, nurses, and technicians. You, as the patient, also play a vital role in making your care safe by becoming an active, informed and involved member of your health care team. Also inform your health care provider of any vitamins, supplements, or over the counter medications you take.
Educate yourself about what you need to do to manage your condition and what your caregivers are doing to help you heal quickly. Hand washing is the single most important thing healthcare workers can do to help prevent the spread of infection. This person can be a second set of ears to listen to the information your physician is telling you and help make sure you follow the instructions as directed. What is Quality? For others, it is satisfaction with the full healthcare experience. At Valley View, we strive to exceed your expectations every single time we interact with you, from a simple phone call to major medical treatments.
We work hard to create a personalized experience that will help you meet your health related goals and outcomes. How do we Measure Quality? The baseline measurement of quality is for accreditation; to participate in Medicare, hospitals must comply with Medicare health and safety regulations.
We are inspected regularly and evaluated for our compliance with these standards. At Valley View we are proud of our collaborative environment, one which enables hospitals, clinics, and physicians to share best practices for improving our quality measures. Different agencies and groups have different ways of reporting clinical outcomes that can affect the way a hospital is rated, and Valley View uses evidence-based standards — analyzing data to compare our quality of care with national benchmarks. CMS developed their Core Measures based on analysis conditions that contribute to morbidity and mortality, conditions that represent national public health priorities, and conditions that disproportionately drive healthcare costs.
We encourage our patients to be knowledgeable and informed about patient care. Valley View is one of only of hospitals to achieve the Top Performer distinction for the past two consecutive years, and one of hospitals to achieve the Top Performer distinction for the past three years. Healthgrades recognizes top-performing hospitals in the nation that have achieved quality excellence in particular specialties, clinical excellence, and patient safety.
Healthgrades releases a comprehensive review of all hospitals each fall, and announces specialty achievements throughout the year on an annual basis. All patients and visitors are required to wear a mask that covers both their mouth and nose while at any Valley View location. To best protect you and others, we encourage surgical or medical grade masks. This includes the Valley View Hospital campus and our other locations across the community.
Valley View highly encourages people to bring their own mask. However, if a patient or visitor does not have a mask, Valley View will provide one. If someone is unwilling to wear a mask, they will not be permitted to enter or stay in the facility. Thank you for helping protecting our providers, staff and other patients and visitors. Patient Satisfaction At Valley View, your satisfaction with the care we provide an important measure of our performance.
What we do to keep you safe Valley View is committed to fostering a culture of safety — for patients, employees and visitors. What you can do to stay safe during your hospital stay Everyone has a role in making healthcare safe — physicians, healthcare executives, nurses, and technicians. Important information for patients and visitors.Quality Valleyview anyone
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