AMERICA’S EMERGENCY
CARE ENVIRONMENT

Comparison Report



 

 

Report Card
 
Disaster Preparedness

 

Per capita federal disaster preparedness funds ( Eg: $6.90)

TITLE   Per capita federal disaster preparedness funds DATA TYPEDOLLARS

YEAR1 $11.55
YEAR2 $9.67
 
   
 
State budget line item health care surge

TITLE   State budget line item health care surge DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 NO
   
 
ESF-8 plan is shared with all EMS and essential hospital personnel (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   ESF-8 plan is shared with all EMS and essential hospital personnel DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NR
YEAR2 STATE DOES NOT HAVE AN ESF-8 PLAN
   
 
Emergency physician input into the state planning process (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Emergency physician input into the state planning process DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES, YES
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Public health and emergency physician input during an ESF-8 response (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Public health and emergency physician input during an ESF-8 response DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES, NO
   
 
Drills, exercises conducted involving hospital personnel, equipment, or facilities per hospital (Eg: 129)

TITLE   Drills, exercises conducted involving hospital personnel, equipment, or facilities per hospital DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 
   
 
Accredited by the Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Accredited by the Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Special needs patients included in medical response plan (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Special needs patients included in medical response plan DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Patients dependent on medication for chronic conditions in medical response plan (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Patients dependent on medication for chronic conditions in medical response plan DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Medical response plan for supplying dialysis (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Medical response plan for supplying dialysis DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Mental health patients included in medical response plan (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Mental health patients included in medical response plan DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Medical response plan for supplying psychotropic medications (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Medical response plan for supplying psychotropic medications DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Mutual aid agreements in place with behavioral health providers (Eg: State-level/Local-Level/None)

TITLE   Mutual aid agreements in place with behavioral health providers DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 STATE LEVEL
   
 
State requires long-term care and nursing home facilities to have a written disaster plan (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   State requires long-term care and nursing home facilities to have a written disaster plan DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
State able to report number of exercises involving long-term care facilities or nursing (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   State able to report number of exercises involving long-term care facilities or nursing DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
Just-in-time training systems in place (Eg: STATEWIDE/County- or city-wide/Across Coalitions/NR/None)

TITLE   Just-in-time training systems in place DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 STATEWIDE
YEAR2 ACROSS COALITIONS
   
 
Statewide medical communication system with one layer of redundancy (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Statewide medical communication system with one layer of redundancy DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Statewide patient tracking system (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Statewide patient tracking system DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Statewide real-time or near real-time syndromic surveillance system (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Statewide real-time or near real-time syndromic surveillance system DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 YES
   
 
Real-time surveillance system in place for common ED presentations (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Real-time surveillance system in place for common ED presentations DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 YES, IN METROPOLITAN AREAS
   
 
Bed surge capacity per 1M pop. (Eg: 129)

TITLE   Bed surge capacity per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 NR
YEAR2 1,026.9
   
 
ICU beds per 1M pop. (Eg: 129)

TITLE   ICU beds per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 275.3
YEAR2 261.8
   
 
Burn unit beds per 1M pop. (Eg: 129)

TITLE   Burn unit beds per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 3.0
YEAR2 4.5
   
 
Verified burn centers per 1M pop. (Eg: 129)

TITLE   Verified burn centers per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 0.0
YEAR2 0.0
   
 
Physicians registered in ESAR-VHP per 1M pop. (Eg: 129)

TITLE   Physicians registered in ESAR-VHP per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 NR
YEAR2 97.1
   
 
Nurses registered in ESAR-VHP per 1M pop. (Eg: 129)

TITLE   Nurses registered in ESAR-VHP per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 NR
YEAR2 662.1
   
 
Behavioral health professionals registered in ESAR-VHP per 1M pop. (Eg: 129)

TITLE   Behavioral health professionals registered in ESAR-VHP per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 13.5
   
 
Strike teams or medical assistance teams (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Strike teams or medical assistance teams DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 YES
   
 
Disaster training required for essential hospital/EMS personnel (Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   Disaster training required for essential hospital/EMS personnel DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES, YES
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Percent of RNs that received emergency training. (Eg: 43)

TITLE   Percent of RNs that received emergency training DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 36.8
YEAR2 37.6

 

Access to Emergency Care
 
Board-certified emergency physicians per 100,000 pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Board-certified emergency physicians per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 12.8
YEAR2 14.7
   
 
Emergency physicians per 100,000 pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Emergency physicians per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 16.6
YEAR2 19.6
   
 
Neurosurgeons per 100,000 pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Neurosurgeons per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 1.8
YEAR2 1.4
   
 
Orthopedists and hand surgeon specialists per 100,000 pop ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Orthopedists and hand surgeon specialists per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 10.5
YEAR2 10.4
   
 
Plastic surgeons per 100,000 pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Plastic surgeons per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 1.3
YEAR2 1.4
   
 
ENT specialists per 100,000 pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   ENT specialists per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 2.6
YEAR2 2.6
   
 
Registered nurses per 100,000 pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Registered nurses per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 1,053.3
YEAR2 1,114.8
   
 
Percent of children able to see provider ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of children able to see provider DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 96.5
   
 
Level I or II trauma centers per 1M pop ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Level I or II trauma centers per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 2.3
YEAR2 2.3
   
 
Percent of population within 60 minutes of Level I or II trauma center ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of population within 60 minutes of Level I or II trauma center DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 79.1
YEAR2 88.6
   
 
Accredited chest pain centers per 1M pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Accredited chest pain centers per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 0.8
YEAR2 1.5
   
 
Percent of population with an unmet need for substance abuse treatment. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of population with an unmet need for substance abuse treatment DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 8.8
YEAR2 8.2
   
 
Pediatric specialty centers per 1M pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Pediatric specialty centers per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 2.3
YEAR2 2.3
   
 
Medicaid fee levels for office visits as a percent of the national average. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Medicaid fee levels for office visits as a percent of the national average DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 74.1
YEAR2 83.7
   
 
Percent change in Medicaid fees for office visits (2004-05 to 2007/2007 to 2012). ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent change in Medicaid fees for office visits (2004-05 to 2007/2007 to 2012) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 5
YEAR2 38.9
   
 
Percent of adults with no health insurance. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of adults with no health insurance DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 10.1
YEAR2 11.0
   
 
Percent of adults underinsured ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of adults underinsured DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 6.1
   
 
Percent of children with no health insurance ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of children with no health insurance DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 6.4
YEAR2 6.3
   
 
Percent of children underinsured ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of children underinsured DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 18.1
   
 
Percent of adults with Medicaid ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of adults with Medicaid DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 14.9
YEAR2 19.0
   
 
Hospital closures in 2006/2011 ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Hospital closures in 2006/2011 DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 0
YEAR2 0
   
 
Staffed inpatient beds per 100,000 pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Staffed inpatient beds per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 304.3
YEAR2 303.6
   
 
Hospital occupancy rate per 100 staffed beds ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Hospital occupancy rate per 100 staffed beds DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 68.7
YEAR2 64.4
   
 
Psychiatric care beds per 100,000 pop. ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Psychiatric care beds per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 39.0
YEAR2 29.6
   
 
Median time from ED arrival to ED departure for admitted ED patients ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Median time from ED arrival to ED departure for admitted ED patients DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 281
   
 
State collects data on diversion ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State collects data on diversion DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 NO

 

Medical Liability Environment
 
Lawyers per 10,000 pop ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Lawyers per 10,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 14.5
YEAR2 12.3
   
 
Lawyers per physician ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Lawyers per physician DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 0.5
YEAR2 0.4
   
 
Lawyers per emergency physician ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Lawyers per emergency physician DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 8.8
YEAR2 6.2
   
 
ATRA judicial hellholes (2009 range 0 to -7/2014 range 2 to -6) ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   ATRA judicial hellholes (2009 range 0 to -7/2014 range 2 to -6) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 0
YEAR2 0
   
 
Malpractice award payments per 100,000 pop ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Malpractice award payments per 100,000 pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 3.4
YEAR2 1.8
   
 
Average malpractice award payments ( Eg: $294,148 )

TITLE   Average malpractice award payments DATA TYPEDOLLARS

YEAR1 $275,626
YEAR2 $443,372
   
 
National Practitioner Databank reports per 1,000 physicians ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   National Practitioner Databank reports per 1,000 physicians DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 19.1
YEAR2 27.2
   
 
Apology laws: Apology is inadmissible as evidence in a court of law ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Apology laws: Apology is inadmissible as evidence in a court of law DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
State has implemented a patient compensation fund ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State has implemented a patient compensation fund DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Number of insurers writing medical liability policies per 1,000 physicians( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Number of insurers writing medical liability policies per 1,000 physicians DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 10.9
YEAR2 13.2
   
 
Average medical liability insurance premiums for primary care physicians ( Eg: $2277 )

TITLE   Average medical liability insurance premiums for primary care physicians DATA TYPEDOLLARS

YEAR1 $9,390
YEAR2 $8,563
   
 
Average medical liability insurance premiums for specialists ( Eg: $2277 )

TITLE   Average medical liability insurance premiums for specialists DATA TYPEDOLLARS

YEAR1 $37,942
YEAR2 $38,035
   
 
Presence of pretrial screening panels. ( Eg: No/MANDATORY/NONE )

TITLE   Presence of pretrial screening panels DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 MANDATORY
YEAR2 MANDATORY
   
 
Pretrial screening panel's findings admissible as evidence ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Pretrial screening panel's findings admissible as evidence DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Periodic payments are: required, granted upon request, at court's discretion ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Periodic payments are: required, granted upon request, at court's discretion DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 UPON REQUEST OR AGREEMENT OF PARTY(IES)
YEAR2 UPON REQUEST
   
 
Medical liability cap on non-economic damages ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Medical liability cap on non-economic damages DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 >$500,000
YEAR2 >$350,001-500,000
   
 
Additional liability protection for EMTALA-mandated emergency care ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Additional liability protection for EMTALA-mandated emergency care DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Joint and several liability abolished ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Joint and several liability abolished DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Collateral Source Rule/Provides for Awards to be Offset

TITLE   Collateral Source Rule/Provides for Awards to be Offset DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
State provides for case certification( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State provides for case certification DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Expert witness required to be of the same specialty as the defendant ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Expert witness required to be of the same specialty as the defendant DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Expert witness must be licensed to practice medicine in the state ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Expert witness must be licensed to practice medicine in the state DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO

 

Public Health & Injury prevention
 
Bicyclist fatalities per 100,000 cyclists ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Bicyclist fatalities per 100,000 cyclists DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 2.7
   
 
Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000 pedestrians ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000 pedestrians DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 2.0
   
 
Percent of traffic fatalities alcohol-related ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of traffic fatalities alcohol-related DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 39.0
YEAR2 29
   
 
Percent of front occupants using restraints ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percent of front occupants using restraints DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 79.8
YEAR2 81.6
   
 
Child safety seat/seat belt legislation - score out of a possible 10 points ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Child safety seat/seat belt legislation - score out of a possible 10 points DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 8
YEAR2 8
   
 
Helmet use required for all motorcylce riders ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Helmet use required for all motorcylce riders DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Distracted driving legislation score - out of a possible 4 points ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Distracted driving legislation score - out of a possible 4 points DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 2
   
 
Graduated drivers' licenses legislation score -out of a possible 5 points

TITLE   Graduated drivers' licenses legislation score -out of a possible 5 points DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 1
   
 
Percentage of children aged 19-35 months who are immunized ( Eg: 64)

TITLE   Percentage of children aged 19-35 months who are immunized DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 79.8
YEAR2 79.1
   
 
Percentage of adults aged 65+ who rec’d an influenza vaccine in the last 12 mos( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Percentage of adults aged 65+ who rec’d an influenza vaccine in the last 12 mos DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 72
YEAR2 61.6
   
 
Percentage of adults aged 65+ who ever rec’d pneumococcal vaccine ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Percentage of adults aged 65+ who ever rec’d pneumococcal vaccine DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 67.9
YEAR2 72.7
   
 
Fatal occupational injuries per 1M workers ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Fatal occupational injuries per 1M workers DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 26.5
YEAR2 32.8
   
 
Homicides and suicides (non-motor vehicle)(per 100,000)

TITLE   Homicides and suicides (non-motor vehicle)(per 100,000) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 14.9
YEAR2 16.4
   
 
Unintentional fall-related fatal injuries (per 100,000) ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Unintentional fall-related fatal injuries (per 100,000) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 6.9
YEAR2 6.3
   
 
Fire/burn related fatal injuries (per 100,000) ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Fire/burn related fatal injuries (per 100,000) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 1.0
YEAR2 0.8
   
 
Firearm-related fatal injuries (per 100,000) ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Rate of unintentional firearm-related fatal injuries (per 100,000) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 0.1
YEAR2 0.1
   
 
Poisoning-related deaths (per 100,000) ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Rate of unintentional poisoning-related deaths (per 100,000) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 8.7
   
 
Total injury prevention funds per 1,000 persons ( Eg: $201.39 )

TITLE   Total injury prevention funds per 1,000 persons DATA TYPEDOLLARS

YEAR1 $1,529.61
YEAR2 $1,232.77
   
 
Dedicated child injury prevention funding

TITLE   Dedicated child injury prevention funding DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
Dedicate elderly injury prevention funding

TITLE   Dedicate elderly injury prevention funding DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
Dedicated occupational injury prevention funding

TITLE   Dedicated occupational injury prevention funding DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 NO
   
 
Anti-smoking legislation score - score out of a possible 3 points ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Anti-smoking legislation score - score out of a possible 3 points DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 3
   
 
Infant mortality rate per 1,000 live births ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Infant mortality rate per 1,000 live births DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 6.9
YEAR2 5.4
   
 
Percentage of adults who binge drink ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Percentage of adults who binge drink DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 16.1
YEAR2 17.3
   
 
Percentage of adults who currently smoke ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Percentage of adults who currently smoke DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 20.9
YEAR2 22.8
   
 
Percentage of adults with BMI >30

TITLE   Percentage of adult population who are obese (BMI > 30.0) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 23.1
YEAR2 27.8
   
 
Percentage of children who are obese ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Percentage of children who are obese DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 12.5
   
 
Cardiovascular disease disparity ratio ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Cardiovascular disease disparity ratio DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 2.2
   
 
HIV diagnosis disparity ratio ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   HIV diagnosis disparity ratio DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 20.3
   
 
Infant mortality disparity ratio ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Infant mortality disparity ratio DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 NR

 

Quality & Patient Safety
 
Funding for quality improvement within the EMS system ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Funding for quality improvement within the EMS system DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 YES
   
 
Funded state EMS medical director ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Funded state EMS medical director DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 YES
   
 
Emergency medicine residents per 1M pop ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   Emergency medicine residents per 1M pop DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 17.5
YEAR2 18.1
   
 
Adverse event reporting required ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   Adverse event reporting required DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 YES
   
 
% of counties with Enhanced 911 capability ( Eg: 3.9 )

TITLE   % of counties with Enhanced 911 capability DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 100
YEAR2 100
   
 
State has a uniform system for providing pre-arrival instructions ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State has a uniform system for providing pre-arrival instructions DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 YES
   
 
State uses CDC guidelines for state field triage protocols ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State uses CDC guidelines for state field triage protocols DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 NO
   
 
State has or is working on a stroke system of care( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State has or is working on a stroke system of care DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 NO
   
 
State has triage and destination policy in place for stroke patients ( Eg: YES/NO)

TITLE   State has triage and destination policy in place for stroke patients DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
State has or is working on a PCI network or a STEMI system of care( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State has or is working on a PCI network or a STEMI system of care DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 YES
YEAR2 NO
   
 
State has triage and destination policy in place for STEMI patients ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State has triage and destination policy in place for STEMI patients DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
State maintains statewide trauma registry ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State maintains statewide trauma registry DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1 NO
YEAR2 NO
   
 
State has triage and destination policy in place for trauma patients ( Eg: YES/NO )

TITLE   State has triage and destination policy in place for trauma patients DATA TYPETEXT

YEAR1
YEAR2 YES
   
 
Prescription drug monitoring program score (range 0-4) ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   Prescription drug monitoring program score (range 0-4) DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 2
   
 
% of hospitals with computerized practitioner order entry ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   % of hospitals with computerized practitioner order entry DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 24.3
YEAR2 92.3
   
 
% of hospitals with electronic medical records ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   % of hospitals with electronic medical records DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 21.6
YEAR2 97.4
   
 
% of patients with AMI given PCI within 90 minutes of arrival ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   % of patients with AMI given PCI within 90 minutes of arrival DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1 74
YEAR2 96
   
 
Median time to transfer to another facility for acute coronary intervention

TITLE   Median time to transfer to another facility for acute coronary intervention DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 48
   
 
% of patients with AMI who received aspirin within 24 hours ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   % of patients with AMI who received aspirin within 24 hours DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 100
   
 
% of hospitals collecting data on race/ethnicity and primary language ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   % of hospitals collecting data on race/ethnicity and primary language DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 85.7
   
 
% of hospitals with or planning to develop a diversity strategy or plan ( Eg: 55 )

TITLE   % of hospitals with or planning to develop a diversity strategy or plan DATA TYPENUMBER

YEAR1
YEAR2 50
  

 



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