Physician and Hospital Quality
Here you can compare quality-of-care information for hospitals in ConnectiCare's service area and find extensive information about state-licensed physicians.
Compare hospitals in Connecticut and around the United States using these two different tools:
Hospital Compare allows you to compare up to three hospitals at a time based on three categories: process of care, outcome of care, and survey of patients’ hospital experience. The tool is maintained by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Hospital Performance Comparisons is a report from the Connecticut Department of Public Health. It compares Connecticut hospitals based on 10 performance measures for care related to heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia.
Find extensive information about Connecticut-licensed physicians, compiled by the State of Connecticut eLicense Website. This website includes the physician’s education, medical training, any reported malpractice data, and more. You can even find providers who provide services via the Internet to their patients.
Enables you to find out which hospitals have disclosed information about safety practices, and how they compare in the areas of computerized drug ordering, Intensive Care Unit staffing and high-risk treatments.
If you’re ever been hospitalized, you’ll want to know if your safety as a patient is being protected. Now you can find out how hospitals in Connecticut, and around the country, responded to a voluntary survey about safety practices.
The survey was conducted by The Leapfrog Group made up of more than 150 public and private organizations that provide health care benefits.
Hospitals that disclosed information about their safety practices were measured in the categories of computerized drug orders, Intensive Care Unit staffing and high-risk treatments.
Look up your hospital survey results and see how it responded.