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Cardiac Surgery by Surgeon: Beginning 2008

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Open Data NY - DOH Open Data NY - DOH

created May 20, 2013

updated Aug 15, 2013

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This dataset contains the number of cases, number of in hospital/30 day deaths, observed, expected and risk- adjusted mortality rates for cardiac surgery by surgeon. Physician information is presented for each physician who a) performed 200 or more procedures during the three year analysis and/or b) performed at least one cardiac surgery in each of the three years. The results for physicians not meeting the above criteria are grouped together and reported as “All others” in the hospital in which the procedures are performed. The initial Health Data NY dataset includes patients discharged between January 1, 2008, and December 31, 2010. Analyses of risk-adjusted mortality rates and associated risk factors are provided for 2010 and for the three-year period from 2008 through 2010. Regions represent where the hospitals are located. Subsequent year reports data will be appended to this dataset. For more information check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/health_care/consumer_information/cardiac_surgery/ or go to the “About” tab.

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cardiac, pci, cabg, coronary artery bypass graft, valve, coronary, revascularization, cardiac surgery
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Organization
Office of Quality and Patient Safety
Time Period
Beginning 2008
Posting Frequency
Annually
Data Frequency
Annually
Dataset Owner
Cardiac Services Program
Coverage
Statewide
Granularity
Physicians
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Physicians
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Provider results should be compared to the NYS result. It is important to look at the “Comparison Result” data when assessing outcomes, this data indicates which results are statistically different from the statewide results.Some providers may have made important changes in the time period since the data were collected. Historical results may not reflect current performance.
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