Reports are available in a variety of formats including Excel and PDF. All reports are available from our web-based interactive reporting tool (WeBIP) that allow the user to interact with the report’s data, query, and refresh reports with our monthly data updates. It allows users to save reports to a personalized folder for re-use at a later date
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The WeBIP (Web Based Interactive Portal) allows the user full interactive control over the data including running your own reports, querying data and variables, as well as saving your work to HHIC’s secured online server. See below for full benefits of this option.
Updated data for current year (static: semi-interactive)
Data includes calendar year discharges Static report, can include pivot table for semi-interactive use.
HHIC can create custom interactive as well as static reports to meet the needs of their clients. Pricing will vary depending on the variables requested and time it takes to prepare the report.
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Data and report pricing are dependent on subscription and/or reporting package choice. Click here to see HHIC’s basic pricing list.
We use a calculated formula for pricing customized data sets that is based on number of records, variables and customization effort.
Our pricing structure is also tiered to the size and type of organization, hospital/data providers, health plans, non-profit agencies, public health, and academic/research institutions.
The Hospital Profile Reports are available for both Inpatient (IP) and Emergency Room (ER) data. The reports are designed to examine key diagnostic and utilization metrics providing discharge and visit counts by DRG, payer, and hospital. In addition it includes utilization, length of stay, costs/charges, casemix.
The Market Share reports feature the ability to compare market share data and refine analysis by DRGs, geographic region, age, gender, etc.
The Payer reports include case-mix index for each hospital by DRG weight sum, discharges, payers, and case mix. The web-based version allows user to filter reports by DRG, payer, and hospital.
The patient demographic reports are available for both IP and ER data. The reports examine population demographics by race, age group, patient residence, etc. With this data, users are able to examine average charge per discharge per day, average cost per discharge across different demographics and more.
Observations services (OS) are a growing component of outpatient hospital care. This report examines how Hawaii’s hospitals use observation services including hours in observation. Comparisons are provided by hospital diagnosis, patient age, and type of service (ambulatory surgery, emergency room, inpatient), source of admission, and discharge disposition.
HHIC’s proprietary linked Moms & Babies database allows users to compare utilization statistics and outcomes of mothers and their babies. Reports include discharge counts by key demographics (e.g. mom’s age group, patient residence, etc.), payer, birth weight, multiple birth (single, twin, tec.). Utilization metrics include discharges, length of stay, and charges.
Reports analyze actual vs. expected mortality for hospital service lines, comparing hospital severity, adjusted mortality, and length of stay against national norms. Data are risk adjusted using 3M’s APR-DRG severity adjustment methodology.
Based on AHRQ’s PQI definitions and specifications, reports are risk-adjusted and compare county, age, and gender. The interactive web-based version offers the user to examine the PQI over time.
30 day readmissions is based on 3M’s Potentially Preventable Readmissions (PPRs) allows user to compare specific facilities against State and/or National Norms. Summary comparisons report by hospital, time period, APR-DRG, payer, admission source, etc.
Our hospital-based ambulatory surgery reports include information on market share, patient demographics and charges. Comparisons can be made at the procedure or category level, with comparisons by hospital or Statewide. Reports group HCPCS procedure codes into clinically meaningful categories using clinical classification software (CCS) developed by the Agency of Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ).
The ICD reports allows user to analyze discharge trends by user selected ICD9 and ICD10 codes. This interactive report series is based on diagnostic codes or procedure codes. Reports include discharges by hospital, race/ethnicity, and payer.
Following the vast amount of interest in the possible spike of healthcare utilization by the homeless community, HHIC’s homeless database allows users to analyze the utilization, service lines, payer types, etc. of this growing population. It also highlights utilization comparisons between homeless patients and non-homeless patients.
The quality reports include analysis of preventable quality indicators, potentially preventable hospitalizations, potentially preventable ER visits, and AHRQ PSI’s. This report is especially useful with CMS giving greater reimbursement incentive for those providers excelling in quality measures.
HHIC offers custom reports to meet the individual needs of the client. In addition, we work with our clients to develop interactive report portals that are designed based on requested specifications.
This level of data requires approval from HHIC’s Privacy Board that meets quarterly. It includes record-level HIPAA-defined limited datasets of all Hawaii’s outpatient which include procedures, patient demographics, payers, etc.