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This measure represents the percentage of patients that had a cardiac catheterization procedure who died for any reason while in the hospital. Patient characteristics present prior to the procedure are used to risk adjust the values in order to provide a means to compare participating hospitals on a more, "level playing field." Participating hospitals provide information which meet strict inclusion criteria, and controls for factors that may affect patient outcome. The method to arrive at this measure is consistent across the entire United States.

Reporting Period:2016

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ACC National Benchmark

 1.97%
Appleton and ThedaClark Medical Centers (Appleton and Neenah)
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Aspirus Wausau Hospital (Wausau)
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 1.33 %
Aurora BayCare Medical Center (Green Bay)
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 3.82 %
Aurora Grafton (Grafton)
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 3.07 %
Aurora Medical Center Summit (Summit)  1.35 %
Aurora St. Luke's Hospital (Milwaukee)
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 2.21 %
Bellin Hospital (Green Bay)
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 1.86 %
Columbia St. Mary's Hospital Milwaukee (Milwaukee)
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 3.18 %
Columbia St. Mary's Hospital Ozaukee (Mequon)
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 4.51 %
Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center (La Crosse)
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 3.75 %
Holy Family Memorial (Manitowoc)
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 3.93 %
Mercy Hospital (Janesville)
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Meriter Hospital (Madison)
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 2.28 %
Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital (Oconomowoc)
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 5.05 %
St Mary's Hospital (Madison)
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 0.94 %
St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center (Green Bay)
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 3.97 %
St. Vincent Hospital (Green Bay)
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 1.87 %
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics (Madison)  
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 1.86 %
Waukesha Memorial Hospital (Waukesha)
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 2.22 %

This measure represents the percentage of patients that had a cardiac catheterization procedure who died for any reason while in the hospital. Patient characteristics present prior to the procedure are used to risk adjust the values in order to provide a means to compare participating hospitals on a more, "level playing field." Participating hospitals provide information which meet strict inclusion criteria, and controls for factors that may affect patient outcome. The method to arrive at this measure is consistent across the entire United States.


Disclaimer: Measures reported by WCHQ healthcare organizations represent a specific aspect of care in relation to an evidence-based standard, but are not clinical guidelines and do not establish standards of care.