Hospital-Based Inpatient Psychiatric Services (HBIPS)
You Need to Report HBIPS Data – Our Experts Can Help
The Hospital-Based Inpatient Psychiatric Services (HBIPS) measure set is a group of standardized, uniform measures for inpatient psychiatric care. HBIPS measures are required by The Joint Commission and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and performance rates are publicly posted by both organizations. Based on our experience working with psychiatric hospitals, a successful HBIPS action plan takes 9-12 months to implement. Overwhelmed? We can help.
The HBIPS set provides a preview of "best practices" for inpatient psychiatric care. Incorporating HBIPS data into quality improvement processes will positively affect the quality of services that an inpatient psychiatric hospital provides. The development of the HBIPS measures grew out of a collaboration among private and public psychiatric hospitals for common and fundamentally important measures.
NRI's highly trained staff members can help your facility navigate the HBIPS maze. Technical assistance from NRI will save your staff hundreds of hours trying to understand and implement HBIPS data requirements. We have developed efficient and effective tools to assist facilities with the HBIPS data requirements. NRI's expertise spans all aspects of the HBIPS core measure set: form compliance, data flow processes, measure calculation, data validation, staff education, and quality improvement. NRI's HBIPS Services address the fundamentals of accurate and timely data, and the integration of the measures into quality initiatives.
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