|Dataset Full Name||Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) - Child Hospital Survey|
|Dataset Acronym||Child HCAHPS|
Child HCAHPS surveys the parent or legal guardian of children aged ≤17 years old to assess their experiences of their hospital inpatient care. The purpose of the Child HCAHPS is to provide parent/guardian feedback that can be used for institutional quality projects and for rating the quality of inpatient facilities. Child HCAHPS covers most of the topics addressed by the Adult version of the Hospital Survey (Adult HCAHPS) but also includes topics that are particularly relevant to pediatric care.
Note: Child HCAHPS data is not currently available.
Inpatient, Acute, Hospitalization, Patient-centered outcomes, CMS, Value-based purchasing, Quality of care outcomes, Survey, Pediatric, Child, Youth, Adolescent, Parent, Hospital, Guardian
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS):
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ):
Center for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (CQuIPS)
|Health Conditions/Disability Measures|
|Measures/Outcomes of Interest|
Parent/Guardian perception of the following (related to their child's hospital stay): Communication with parent, Communication with child, Attention to safety and comfort, Hospital environment, Global rating of hospital.
Random sample of patients 17 years or younger with at least one overnight stay as inpatient who were discharged from a hospital with a non-psychiatric Medicare Severity-Diagnosis Related Group (MS-DRG).
Note: the survey is completed by eligible patients’ parents/guardians
Approximately 4,100 participating hospitals
Goal of at 300 completed surveys per year per hospital.
Sampling Guidelines and Protocols Document:
|Unit of Observation||
Individual/Patient surveys, aggregated at the hospital level
|Data Collection Mode||
2014 - present
|Data Collection Frequency||
|Strengths and Limitations|
NOTE: Child HCHAPS data is not currently available
|Data Access Requirements||
Public Use Dataset
|Similar/Related Dataset(s)||Selected papers|
Variation in Family Experience of Pediatric Inpatient Care As Measured by Child HCAHPS
Sara L. Toomey, Marc N. Elliott, Alan M. Zaslavsky, David J. Klein, Sifon Ndon, Shannon Hardy, Melody Wu, Mark A. Schuster
Pediatrics, Apr 2017, 139 (4)
Validation of New Quality Measures for Transitions Between Sites of Care
Layla Parast, Q. Burkhart, Arti D. Desai, Tamara D. Simon, Carolyn Allshouse, Maria T. Britto, JoAnna K. Leyenaar, Courtney A. Gidengil, Sara L. Toomey, Marc N.Elliott, Eric C. Schneider, Rita Mangione-Smith
Pediatrics, Apr 2017
The Development of a Pediatric Inpatient Experience of Care Measure: Child HCAHPS®
Sara L. Toomey, Alan M. Zaslavsky, Marc N. Elliott, Patricia M. Gallagher, Floyd J.Fowler, David J. Klein, Shanna Shulman, Jessica Ratner, Caitriona McGovern, Jessica L. LeBlanc, Mark A. Schuster
Pediatrics, Jul 2015
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