We report data for 11 of 41 publicly reported measures. These 11 measures account for more than 75% of all home health agencies that selected measures for improvement. Four measures are related to mobility: improved ambulation, improved transferring, improved toileting, and improvement in pain interfering with activity. Another 4 measures are related to daily needs: improved upper-body dressing, improved bathing, improved management of oral medications, and stabilization in bathing. Two measures are related to medical emergencies: acute hospital admission and emergent care. One measure, improvement in confusion, is related to mental status. Improved toileting, upper-body dressing, confusion frequency, stabilization in bathing, and emergent care were each targeted by 50 to 100 home health agencies. Improved ambulation, transferring, pain, bathing, and medication management and acute care hospitalization were each targeted by 250 to 700 home health agencies.