Inpatient Patient Satisfaction Survey 2
Cleanliness and appearance of the facility
Understanding of aftercare plan
Involvement with clinical staff
Nursing staff responsiveness
Information you learned about your disease
Inpatient Patient Education & Employment Data*
Qrtr 1 2019 Inpatient percentage of the population treated with college Associate’s Degree (14%), Bachelor’s Degree (20%), Graduate Degree (10%), and some college-no degree (24%) levels of education: 69%
Qrtr 1 2019 Inpatient percentage of the population treated that was employed full-time (35-plus hours/week, 59%) and/or part-time (<35 hours/week, 4%), combined: 71%
1st Quarter Outpatient Aftercare Tracking
Tully Hill strives to ensure that each and every patient admitted to the Inpatient medically supervised detoxification service and Inpatient rehabilitation service and programs meets his or her treatment plan goals, while in treatment. Monthly, we submit to our licensing authority, the NY State office of alcoholism and substance abuse services (OASAS), patient treatment and care data that it uses to generate treatment outcomes. Those results tell us the extent to which our patients are meeting their treatment plan goals.
1 Data from New York Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Inpatient Crisis Episode (Detox) Item Statistics Reports and Discharge Item Statistics Reports for Inpatient (Rehab) Treatment Services. Data rounded to the nearest whole percentage. Treatment Plan goal components include alcohol, drug, emotional functioning family situation, legal, medical, social functioning, and tobacco use goals. Treatment plan goals are individualized and dependant upon diagnoses, the individual being treated, and his/her treatment plan.
2 Patient satisfaction is a daily priority for all Tully Hill staff. We are proud of both its survey response rate (just over 95% of routine discharges for Qrtr 1 2019) and the ratings that our discharged patients assign to our program and services. As with our treatment and care outcome data, we are always looking to improve patients’ experiences and perspectives of their stay at Tully Hill.
*source – NY State OASAS Qrtr 1 2019 Inpatient Discharge Item Statistics report, ‘Education at Discharge’ and ‘Employment at Discharge’ report categories