Heart Failure Deaths in Utah Hospitals (IQI 16)

Heart Failure Deaths in Utah Hospitals (IQI 16)
Adults Age 18 Years or Over: 2003-2005
Hospital Patients Actual Deaths Expected Deaths Statistical Rating
Utah Overall  10,319 4.24% 5.12% * * *
Allen Memorial Hospital  32 0.00% 2.67% * * *
Alta View Hospital  210 3.81% 8.35% * * *
Garfield Memorial  40 0.00% 4.04% * * *
LDS Hospital  1249 4.40% 6.00% * * *
Ogden Regional  385 1.82% 5.21% * * *
Sanpete Valley Hospital  40 0.00% 5.91% * * *
St. Mark's Hospital 1087 3.13% 5.21% * * *
American Fork Hospital  224 4.46% 4.18% * *
Ashley Valley Hospital  97 2.06% 3.60% * *
Beaver Valley Hospital  83 1.20% 3.63% * *
Castleview Hospital  149 6.71% 5.64% * *
Central Valley Hospital  60 6.67% 5.01% * *
Cottonwood Hospital  407 5.16% 6.85% * *
Dixie Regional  645 4.34% 5.54% * *
Gunnison Valley Hospital  68 4.41% 1.71% * *
Jordan Valley Hospital  173 5.20% 5.25% * *
Kane County Hospital  46 2.17% 2.18% * *
Lakeview Hospital  279 4.66% 5.17% * *
   
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Most Utah hospitals had about as many deaths as expected compared to similar 
patients in the U.S.  
   
The following hospitals treated at least one patient but less than 30 patients:   
Bear River Valley Hospital, Brigham City Community Hospital, Cache Valley Specialty Hospital, Delta 
Community Hospital, Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital, Heber Valley Hospital, Milford Valley 
Hospital, Primary Children's Medical Center, Salt Lake Specialty Hospital (Promise) and San Juan Hospital.
   
Statistical Rating: based on the Exact 95% Confidence Interval test of statistical significance, except hospitals 
with no deaths from 2003 through 2005 have three stars.  
   
* * *  Fewer deaths than expected (better) * *    Same as expected *      More deaths than expected
   
NOTE:  Hospitals are listed alphabetically within each star rating. Click here to read Data Limitations.
   
Actual deaths: percentage of patients who received care for this condition or procedure and died in this hospital.  
Expected deaths: percentage of patients who were expected to die at this hospital if it performed the same as other U.S. hospitals that treated similar patients (age, gender, how ill the patients were).
Heart Failure Deaths in Utah Hospitals (IQI 16)
For Years 2003-2005
Hospital Patients Actual Deaths Expected Deaths Rating
Utah Overall  10,319 4.24% 5.12% * * * 
Logan Regional Hospital 237 3.38% 4.04% * * 
McKay-Dee Hospital  804 3.73% 5.03% * * 
Mountain View Hospital  147 6.12% 4.93% * * 
Mountain West Hospital  141 2.13% 5.65% * * 
Pioneer Valley Hospital 315 2.86% 4.72% * * 
Salt Lake Regional  301 2.66% 4.89% * * 
Sevier Valley Hospital  103 8.74% 5.19% * * 
Timpanogos Regional Hospital 183 7.65% 4.85% * * 
Uintah Basin Hospital  57 7.02% 1.97% * * 
University Health Care  663 4.52% 4.29% * * 
Utah Valley Regional  911 4.94% 5.18% * * 
Valley View Medical Center  101 2.97% 3.67% * * 
Veterans Administration Medical Center  614 4.07% 4.89% * * 
Davis Hospital  280 7.50% 3.79% * 
Fillmore Community Medical Center 35 20.00% 4.54% * 
   
Most Utah hospitals had about as many deaths as expected compared to similar 
patients in the U.S.  
   
The following hospitals treated at least one patient but less than 30 patients:   
Bear River Valley Hospital, Brigham City Community Hospital, Cache Valley Specialty Hospital, Delta 
Community Hospital, Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital, Heber Valley Hospital, Milford Valley 
Hospital, Primary Children's Medical Center, Salt Lake Specialty Hospital (Promise) and San Juan Hospital.
   
Statistical Rating: based on the Exact 95% Confidence Interval test of statistical significance, except hospitals 
with no deaths from 2003 through 2005 have three stars.  
   
* * *  Fewer deaths than expected (better) * *    Same as expected *      More deaths than expected
   
NOTE:  Hospitals are listed alphabetically within each star rating. Click here to read Data Limitations.
   
Actual deaths: percentage of patients who received care for this condition or procedure and died in this hospital.  
Expected deaths: percentage of patients who were expected to die at this hospital if it performed the same as other U.S. hospitals that treated similar patients (age, gender, how ill the patients were).