| 1| 1Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., Star.

| 1| 1Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes in the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes in the U.S., Star Quality Rating System
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| 1| 1Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 5-Star High quality Ranking System

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| 2| 2Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM CMS methodology

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| 3| 3Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Project of star rankings, on the premise of scores from CMS methodology

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| 4| 4Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking primarily based solely on standardized mortality ratio (SMR) & standardized hospitalization ratio (SHR) SMR & SHR weighted equally

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| 5| 5Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking primarily based solely on standardized mortality ratio (SMR) & standardized hospitalization ratio (SHR) SMR & SHR weighted equally

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| 6| 6Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking with 50 % weight ascribed to standardized mortality ratio (SMR) & standardized hospitalization ratio (SHR) In CMS methodology, solely 22 % of weight is ascribed to SMR & SHR

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| 7| 7Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking with 50 % weight ascribed to standardized mortality ratio (SMR) & standardized hospitalization ratio (SHR) In CMS methodology, solely 22 % of weight is ascribed to SMR & SHR

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| 8| 8Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking primarily based solely on Kt/V & hypercalcemia metrics

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| 9| 9Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking primarily based solely on Kt/V & hypercalcemia metrics

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| 10Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking primarily based solely on fistula & catheter metrics

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| 11Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking primarily based solely on fistula & catheter metrics

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| 12Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking from CMS methodology vs. ranking that displays uncertainty in estimates of standardized end result ratios

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| 13Peer Report: Dialysis Care & Outcomes within the U.S., 2014 | 5-STAR QUALITY RATING SYSTEM Comparability of ranking primarily based solely on Kt/V & hypercalcemia metrics vs. ranking primarily based solely on fistula & catheter metrics


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