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Orthopedic Surgery Center of Orange County: 20 Statistics From 2014 Outcomes Report

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Transparency is becoming increasingly important in healthcare. Hoag Orthopedic Institute recently released its 2014 Outcomes Report, including data from its Orthopedic Surgery Center of Orange County in Newport Beach, Calif.

Here are 20 statistics on Orthopedic Surgery Center of Orange County's outcomes in comparison to national data.

Patient safety

OSCOC
•    Cardiac and/or respiratory arrest: 0 percent
•    Hemorrhage/excessive bleeding: 0 percent
•    Medication error: 0 percent
•    Post-surgical wound infection: 0.2 percent
•    Other complications: 0.2 percent
•    Hospital transfer: 0.1 percent
•    Return to surgery within 48 hours: 0 percent
•    Wrong site surgery: 0 percent     

National
•    Cardiac and/or respiratory arrest: 0.13 percent
•    Hemorrhage/excessive bleeding:  0.1 percent
•    Medication error: 0.7 percent
•    Post-surgical wound infection: 1.43 percent
•    Other complications: 3.15 percent
•    Hospital transfer: 1.48 percent
•    Return to surgery within 48 hours: 0.2 percent
•    Wrong site surgery: 0 percent     

Post-operative infections
•    OSCOC: 0.2 percent
•    National: 1.43 percent

Prophylactic IV antibiotic administration (on-time per ASC SCIP Protocol)
•    OSCOC: 99 percent
•    National: 92 percent

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