The allocation of the limited resources available to health care forces every state and community to make decisions concerning capacity planning and quality assessment. These should be credible and defendable.

The range of a dictated measure for various quality dimensions especially lies within the topic of over-, under-, and inappropriate provision of care. Beyond conducting appropriate comparisons within a system, the internationally accepted and litigable measures and evaluation procedures of MEDSTAT S.A. can also be utilized for the establishment of standardized benchmarks that reach beyond system and state borders.

This is only possible, because the classification procedures of MEDSTAT S.A. result in the same hospital-homogenous clusters within the EU and CH, regardless of the employed compensation scheme or resource grouper (DRG, LKF, GHM, etc.).