The Critical Access Hospital Measurement and Performance Assessment System (CAHMPAS) is a tool that allows CAH executives, State Flex Coordinators, Federal staff, and anyone interested in Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) to explore the financial, quality, and community-benefit performance of CAHs.
CAHMPAS contains data that allow you to compare CAH performance for various measures across a variety of factors. We encourage you to explore the nuances of the data by creating graphs and tables with different measures. The results of the analyses you perform in CAHMPAS can be used as a tool to make decisions about CAH initiatives and programs.
CAHMPAS is maintained by the Flex Monitoring Team, a consortium of rural health researcher centers located at the University of Minnesota, the University of North Carolina, and the University of Southern Maine. The Flex Monitoring Team operates under the Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program also known as “the Flex program.” This grant is administered by the Health Resources Service Administration’s Federal Office of Rural Health Policy under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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