Stanford Health Care

Stanford, CA
B

Social Responsibility - Overall

Reflects performance across health equity, value, and outcomes.

  • National 1137 of 3010
  • State 128 of 241

Hospital System

Stanford Health Care

Hospital Type

  • Icons / Interface-Essential / Acute Care Hospitals / 30px Acute Care
  • Icons / Interface-Essential / Teaching / 30px Major Teaching
  • Icons / Interface-Essential / Tax Status / 30px Non-Profit
  • Icons / Interface-Essential / Setting / 30px Urban

Hospital Size

  • Very Large (400+ beds)
D

Equity

Reflects commitment to inclusivity, pay equity, and community investment

  • National 3624 of 3708
  • State 241 of 254
D

Pay Equity

Reflects how well hospital staff are paid compared to executives

  • National 3211 of 3699
  • State 213 of 253
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Ratio of executive compensation to worker wages
C

Community Benefit

Reflects how well hospitals invest in community health

  • National 2550 of 3641
  • State 205 of 243
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Charity care spending
Community investment
Medicaid revenue as a share of patient revenue
D

Inclusivity

Reflects how well hospitals serve people of color, people with lower incomes, and people with lower levels of education.

  • National 3494 of 3548
  • State 224 of 236
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Income
Race
Education
A

Value

Reflects how efficiently hospitals deliver care and avoid low-value services

  • National 879 of 3011
  • State 103 of 241
A

Avoiding Overuse

Reflects how well hospitals avoid unnecessary tests & procedures

  • National 215 of 3180
  • State 14 of 244
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Arthroscopic knee surgery
Carotid artery imaging for fainting
Carotid endarterectomy
Coronary artery stenting
EEG for headache
EEG for fainting
Head imaging for fainting
Hysterectomy
Inferior vena cava (IVC) filter
Renal artery stenting
Spinal fusion/ laminectomy
Vertebroplasty
B

Cost Efficiency

Reflects how well hospitals achieve good clinical outcomes at a low cost

  • National 1571 of 3011
  • State 164 of 241
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Cost Efficiency at 30 Days
Cost Efficiency at 90 Days
A

Outcomes

Reflects success at clinical outcomes, patient safety, and patient satisfaction

  • National 522 of 3012
  • State 49 of 241
A

Clinical Outcomes

Reflects success at achieving low mortality and readmission rates

  • National 516 of 3012
  • State 63 of 241
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In-hospital mortality
30-day mortality
90-day mortality
7-day readmission
30-day readmission
B

Patient Safety

Reflects success at avoiding preventable patient safety errors

  • National 1051 of 2151
  • State 91 of 210
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Central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI)
Catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI)
Surgical Site Infection: Major Colon Surgery
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
Clostridioides difficile (C. diff)
PSI 90: CMS Patient Safety and Adverse Events Composite
B

Patient Satisfaction

Reflects success on patient-reported measures of the hospital experience

  • National 1661 of 3557
  • State 42 of 251
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Communication with nurses
Communication with doctors
Responsiveness of hospital staff
Communication about medicines
Discharge information
Care transition
Cleanliness of hospital environment
Quietness of hospital environment
Overall rating of hospital
Recommendation of hospital