Medicare Claims Data Medicare claims data now available for qualified communities These are the data analyses that are available through your QIO at this time: ZIP Code overlap – proportion of Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries living in your defined area, and the overlap with the place of residence of Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries who are hospitalized in your hospital list. Map and location of hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and other institutional providers of health care. Provider network analyses, showing how Medicare fee-for-service patients move among health care provider organizations in your community. Hospitalization/1000 Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries, over time, and corrected for seasonal variation. This can be updated each quarter (data is available about 2 quarters after the end of a quarter). Rehospitalization/1000 Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries, over time, and corrected for seasonal variation (data is available about 2 quarters after the end of a quarter). You may add comments below as to what other data analyses from claims, MDS, OASIS, and other CMS databases would be most useful to you and your community. Other sources of data In addition to providing certain data from Medicare claims, this site can help you with additional data about your community: We probe publicly available data that could be relevant to community endeavors focused upon elderly and disabled persons. At this time, you can see examples of these data via the dashboard for Cincinnati, Ohio. If you want this sort of data displayed for your community, you may request it by contacting us directly. We have made it very easy for you to display your own data, generated as part of your work. (here would come instructions on how to use the Google Fusion process and post, including working with a staffer for elements that require permissions).