ProHealth Care quality data
ProHealth Care has long been committed to educating consumers and patients about true value — what things cost and how they are rated — so that you can make informed decisions about where best to receive your health care.
Greater public reporting of quality and performance information over the past several years places information in the hands of consumers. However, results can sometimes be confusing and difficult to compare among providers. That's why we've taken steps to place it at your fingertips, giving you access to easy-to-understand data that compares our performance to state and/or national benchmarks.
We also publish our patient satisfaction results — so you can find out directly from our patients how they rate the care we provide.
ProHealth Care actively reports its quality results to local and national organizations that are sources of credible information based on evidence-based standards of care. Learn more by visiting our External quality data links page.
What we report
Quarterly, ProHealth Care publishes its performance on Center for Medicare and Medicare core quality measures, HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) patient satisfaction data, Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality measures and others. Where available, state and national averages, and the top 10 percent of highest performing organizations, are included for comparison purposes.
The data and descriptions included on this site do not represent everything there is to know about the quality of hospital, clinic, home, hospice and physician-based care. You should not choose a hospital or provider based only on the data and descriptions presented here. Current methods of assessing hospital and physician quality are not advanced enough to support such use.
It's important to note that ...
- We do not decide which indicators or results to publish based on how it makes us look.
- We give equal prominence to good and bad results.
- Our indicator definitions and inclusion/exclusion criteria is consistent or identical to the current language and criteria used by the government or other data collection organization from which the indicator arose.
- We display our results even if we disagree with the indicator definition.
Thank you for visiting us online. If you have any feedback about our quality information, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Quality reports disclaimer
In this quality report, ProHealth Care, Inc. lists performance of its providers on a number of recognized quality indicators and practices. We have also provided information about the national average and the top tenth percentile of performance for each indicator.
While ProHealth Care has attempted to ensure the accuracy of the data it is reporting, it makes no representations or warranties, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information reported. Likewise, we make no representations or warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the comparative data. ProHealth Care assumes no legal liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information or for any loss or damage resulting from the use of any information contained in this report.
Deciding on treatment options and choosing a hospital are decisions you should make by talking with your physician. You should not attempt to choose a hospital based solely on statistics and descriptions such as those given here.