Addressing Opioid Use Disorder and the Overdose Crisis

CA Bridge invites all California hospitals to apply for Cal Hospital Compare’s Opioid Care Honor Roll program.

The Honor Roll is an opportunity to demonstrate how your hospital is helping solve the overdose crisis, which has become a more urgent issue than ever before. The California Health and Human Service Agency, Hospital Quality Institute, peers, and patients will appreciate this public recognition of your hospital’s commitment to the health and wellbeing of the community.

2021 Opioid Care Honor Roll Eligibility

Hospitals must use this year’s Opioid Management Hospital Self-Assessment to apply. The average time recommended to review and answer the self-assessment is 1 to 2 hours. Please submit your hospital’s responses to the 2021 Opioid Management Hospital Self-Assessment through this Google Form. Upon completion, a copy of your assessment will be sent to you via email. The assessment period deadline is Mar 31, 2022.  

Award Acknowledgements

Cal Hospital Compare will recognize honor roll awardees and participants by this summer via a press release in partnership with California Health and Human Services Agency. The recognition categories are as follows:

  • Superior performance – hospital scores at least 27 points
  • Excellent progress – hospital scores between 21 and 26 points
  • Participant – hospital scores between 0 and 25 points
  • Most improved – hospital shows significant improvement from 2020 to 2021; the exact performance threshold is to be determined.

Sharing is Caring

You can also “Hon-roll” a friend. Share the Opioid Care Honor Roll opportunity with another hospital that did not participate in 2020. You both get an additional point if they apply for the 2021 Opioid Care Honor Roll!

Application Support

If you have further questions or need assistance, contact Tracy Fisk