Address: 1720 CRAIN S HWY,
GLEN BURNIE, MD, 21061
Address: 1720 CRAIN S HWY, GLEN BURNIE, MD, 21061
|Affiliated Hospital||University Of Md Balto Washington Medical Center|
|Participates in Physician Quality Reporting System?||Yes|
|Participating in Electronic Prescribing (eRx) Incentive Program?||No|
|Participating in Electronic Health Records ( eHr ) program?||No|
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|21556||Removal of (less than 5 centimeters) muscle growth of neck or front of chest|
|36590||Removal of peripheral venous catheter for infusion|
|G0180||MD CERTIFICATION HHA PATIENT|
|99238||Hospital discharge day management, 30 minutes or less|
|49507||Repair of trapped groin hernia patient age 5 years or older|
|47562||Removal of gallbladder using an endoscope|
|47100||Partial removal of liver tissue|
|49587||Repair of trapped hernia at navel patient age 5 years or older|
|99204||New patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 45 minutes|
|49020||Drainage of abdominal abscess or infection, open procedure|
|99222||Initial hospital inpatient care, typically 50 minutes per day|
|44145||Partial removal of large bowel and reattachment to rectum|
|44120||Partial removal of small bowel|
|43246||Insertion of stomach tube using an endoscope|
|49561||Repair of trapped incisional or abdominal hernia|
|36563||Insertion of central venous catheter and implanted device for infusion beneath the skin|
|35301||Removal of blood clot and portion of artery of neck|
|99231||Subsequent hospital inpatient care, typically 15 minutes per day|
|99232||Subsequent hospital inpatient care, typically 25 minutes per day|
|99213||Established patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 15 minutes|
|99202||New patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 20 minutes|
|22900||Removal (less than 5 centimeters) muscle growth in abdominal wall|
|21015||Removal of (less than 2 centimeters) soft tissue growth of face or scalp|
|11043||Removal of skin and/or muscle first 20 sq cm or less|
|44140||Partial removal of large bowel|
|99214||Established patient office or other outpatient, visit typically 25 minutes|
|34201||Removal of blood clot in artery|
|13160||Second repair of surgical wound|
|34203||Removal of blood clot in artery|
|99212||Established patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 10 minutes|
|49203||Removal or destruction of (5 centimeters or less) abdominal cavity growths, cysts, or abnormal tissue, open procedure|
|44143||Partial removal of large bowel with creation of opening|
|35371||Removal of blood clot and portion of artery of upper thigh artery|
Affilated Hospital Patient Reports Information:
SURVEY DATES: 10/1/13-9/30/14
OVERALL PATIENT RATING (10 BEING THE HIGHEST)
HOW OFTEN DID NURSES COMMUNICATE WELL?
HOW OFTEN DID DOCTORS COMMUNICATE WELL?
HOW OFTEN WAS PAIN WELL CONTROLLED?
HOW OFTEN WAS ROOM & BATHROOM CLEAN?
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