The home health metrics are provided to help you to evaluate the overall performance of your own home health agency and also to identify areas of competitive advantage in your market. Once your differentiators are known, you can tailor the message for specific competition in the marketplace using TrellaHealth's third party data.
As you browse the Main table, click the favorites star to the left of HHAs of interest. This will allow you to filter the main table limiting the entries to your favorites, and they will be included in your My Dashboard page.
Home Health Detail
Each home health agency listed in the Home Health Main Table has an extensive detail page that contains informative performance data for the agency listed.
The following table contains a summary of the tables found on each Home Health Agency's Detail page. The Table Names on the left are links to more detail articles on each table.
|Contact Information||This section contains the detailed identification information for the Home Health Agency on the page. Some of this information can be edited.|
|Key Staff||In order to keep the most important contacts from a home health agency in front of your team, your team members are able to add people to this table. Entries can include anyone including all physicians in the Solution.|
|Summary Data||There are three tables that contain summary information; Home Health Agency's Summary, Quality Metrics, and Home Health Agency Quality Metrics.|
|Market Share: County||This table includes a breakdown of the market share of patients for the home health agency on this page broken out by patient county of residence. At a glance you can see whether the market share for this agency is growing or declining, and you can compare patient counts by county.|
|Facility Sources||This table contains a list of the facilities (hospitals, SNFs, and other home health agencies) that discharged patients in the 30 days prior to their admission to the home health agency on the page.|
|Physician Sources||This table contains a list of the physicians who treated patients who also received care at the home health agency on the page.|
|Certifying Physician's Performance Stats||
This table contains the list of physicians who certified patients for home care who received home care at the facility on the page. The table includes counts of overall patients for the physician in each row along with the counts specific to home care certification.
|Patient Diagnostic Mix by Distinct Patients||This table contains a breakdown of four performance metrics for the home health by the 20 Trella Health Diagnostic Categories. This table provides relevant percentages and counts relative to patients treated by the home health agency and allows comparison to county and state averages.|
|Readmission Rate||This table breaks out readmission data for the home health agency on the page by the 20 Trella Health Diagnostic Categories and also by Trella Health Acuity. Since Readmission is a critical indicator of performance, understanding how well the home care agency manages patients with different diagnoses is critical to understanding the agency.|
|Hospitalization Rates within 30 Days from Start of Care by Acuity (And 90 Days)||These two tables focus on patient acuity with reference to the 20 Trella Health Diagnostic Categories and also by Trella Health Acuity. The difference between the two tables is the length of the reference period from start of care to hospitalization - either 30 or 90 days. The purpose of this table is to reveal areas where the home care agency out-performs or under-performs in comparison to county and state averages.|
This section includes metrics on the patient population for the home care agency. These demographics paint a picture of the patients served by this agency.
Location metrics are tied to patient residence, not the location of the facility.