CareRise Index Members have pledged their healthcare facilities, communities and organizations to the highest levels of quality care delivery.
Healthcare facilities and communities that are enrolled in the CareRise Index program are independently assessed on-site throughout the year, with levels of frequency that offer up to four ratings each year. These organizations are also in-line to receive on-going outside consultancy on key issues regarding quality care delivery and overall patient-customer satisfaction.
CareRise's on-site assessments are conducted by licensed Registered Nurses/Risk Managers, utilizing CareRise's proprietary technology, which provides for the most detailed screening and scoring of all vital quality-care and risk management factors. These assessments also include direct input from the patient population specific to the main areas of the facility's / community's care-delivery and environment.
The dedication of healthcare facilities and communities to this level of scoring and assessment - specific to the unique CareRise Index methods and timing of these screenings, in part, truly creates 'The Ultimate in healthcare facility ratings ®'.
CareRise Index measures All Key Components that matter as it relates to universal quality care - patient safety and risk management, staffing, and patient satisfaction levels.
The CRI Score and technology platform allow for the 'ultra-clear rating of healthcare facilities ®' - for consumers and all healthcare organizations.
The CRI Score is presented in four clear levels
- Exceeds Standard
- Meets Standard
- IP - In-Process (meaning a new CRI member that is working to achieve a CRI rating, or a facility/community member that is utilizing CareRise technical support services in establishing a higher rating)
Furthermore, the CRI Score provides how the facility/community scored by category
- Overall Score
- Component 1 - Quality Care/Patient Safety/Risk Management
- Component 2 - Staffing Verifications
- Component 3 - Patient Satisfaction Survey