Wisconsin Hospital Association
CheckPoint is a public reporting program of quality and error prevention measures, developed by the Wisconsin Hospital Association. The WHA is a non-profit membership group that advocates for the ability of its members to provide high quality health care services to Wisconsin communities. CheckPoint provides reliable data on 14 interventions that medical experts agree should be taken to treat heart attacks, heart failure and pneumonia, and five error prevention goals. To see how Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital ranks on the 15 core measures, visit the Checkpoint web site at http://www.wicheckpoint.org/ and click on "Go To Reports."
Founding Partner of The Collaborative
Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality
The Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality is a consortium of multi-specialty hospital, clinics, insurers, businesses, health plans, and labor organizations from geographically diverse areas of the state, coming together to develop and share best practices and quality outcomes. Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital and Marshfield Clinic are two of the founding members.
Participant in National Reporting Efforts
CMS Hospitals Compare
CMS provides information about how hospitals care for adult patients with certain medical conditions. This resource is sponsored by the Department of Health & Human Services and created through the efforts of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).