Office of Newborn Screening

Transit Time Project


Congratulations to the Arizona Hospitals and their achievement of the transit time goal.

Could it be Ebola?

Hospital Performance

Hospital performance can be viewed individually and peer-to-peer. Peer-to-peer data allows hospitals to view their performance as it compares to birth hospitals with similar level of care. Hospitals can view their individual performance in average transit time (goal: within three days) and target acceptance percentage (goal: 95%). The peer groups were based on the Arizona Perinatal Trust Certification Levels of Care.

  • Level I – Low risk OB patients; basic newborn care
  • Level II – Selected high risk OB patients; continuing care for newborns 32 weeks or greater
  • Level IIE – High risk OB patients; continuing care for newborns 28 weeks or greater
  • Level III – All OB and newborn patients, including those requiring subspecialty and intensive care at all gestational levels.

You can access the individual hospital data for each category and peer-to-peer performance using the links below:

  • Level I Hospitals
  • Level II Hospitals
  • Level IIE Hospitals
  • Level III Hospitals

Level I Hospitals

Peer-to-Peer Performance - September 2014

Click on the links below to see the most recent hospital performance charts:

Individual Hospital Data - September 2014

Hospitals can view their cumulative performance in average transit time (goal: within three days) and acceptance percentage (goal: 95%).

Level IIE Hospitals

Peer-to-Peer Performance - September 2014

Click on the links below to see the most recent hospital performance charts:

Individual Hospital Data - September 2014

Note: All files provided in PDF format unless otherwise noted.