Hospital Performance Report

The Hospital Performance Report

The Department of Health first published the Hospital Performance Report in 2004. By publically reporting the measures in this report, the Department intends to accomplish three important goals:

  • To provide consumers with a picture of how well individual New Jersey hospitals deliver quality
    healthcare to their patients so that, as patients, they can make informed decisions about choosing a hospital.
  • To improve the quality of care delivered in New Jersey by promoting healthy competition among hospitals to better their performance compared to other hospitals and to the nation.
  • For hospitals to develop awareness of how they are doing compared to their peers, both statewide and nationwide, so that they can identify areas that need improvement in order to deliver the best care to their patients.

Data for the 72 New Jersey hospitals in the most recent report, published in 2016, are from 2014.

 

Find Performance Data on Hospitals in New Jersey

Quickly compare New Jersey hospitals on various quality indicators, including recommended care measures, outcomes of care, and patient safety indicators.

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Last Reviewed: 12/19/2016