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Market Share Reports - Hospitals and Ambulatory Surgery

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American Hospital Directory - Outpatient Charges and Volumes (ahd.com)  Editor's Pick

Charges and average costs for the 20 outpatient Ambulatory Payment Classifications (APCs) representing the highest Medicare outpatient payment to each hospital (excluding critical access hospitals). List varies by hospital. May include: cost for colonoscopy, laparoscopy, CT, MRI, clinic and emergency (ER) visits, x-ray tests, upper GI, lower GI endoscopy, arthroscopy, cataract with lens, angiography, echocardiography, hernia repair, infusion therapy, nerve injection, outpatient cardiac catheterization, ultrasound. Scroll to bottom of the hospital page to Outpatient Utilization Statistics. Also shown: inpatient market share by local zip code; net income. Link is to the Free Hospital Information

Arkansas Hospital Volumes, Prices, Quality Ratings - by name of hospital

Find average charges (a proxy for average costs) for 40 common hospitalizations at specific AR hospitals by Clicking on INPATIENT PRICING after you've selected your hospital. Price List varies by hospital, but may include maternity and childbirth, stroke, chest pain, stomach disorders, back pain, nutritional problems (diabetes), blood infection (septicemia), rehabilitation, heart attack, cardiac cath, drug coated stent, congestive heart failure, kidney failure, urinary infection, COPD, pneumonia, total hip or knee replacement surgery, hysterectomy, psychiatric care, ventilator support and more. Note: Definitions conflict for whether data such as Volumes are Medicare-only, or reflect all patients. To find quality scores on heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia or surgical infections, and patient opinions, click on QUALITY at each hospital's page. Hospital Consumer Assist is provided by the Arkansas Hospital Association. Prices from 2007; Quality and Patient Satisfaction scores are more current, using 2009 ratings

California - Average Inpatient and Outpatient Hospital Prices, 2014

Find prices for CA hospitals including Kaiser and Shriners. Inpatient prices are listed in the complicated Charge Master, which shows the charge for every pill, lab test and hospital room rate. MRI and CT tests should be included. More useful are the outpatient files (look for Common25 in the filename), which list the average cost (charge) for top 25 types of outpatient procedures or surgery with CPT code). Hospital Outpatient reports may show prices for Emergency Dept. visit, lab tests, CT, MRI, Mammo, x-ray, ultrasound, PT visit, Arthroscopy, colonoscopy, hernia repair, gall bladder removal, etc., depending on their highest volume. Files are in Excel file format. Prices are from June 2014. Consumers can see one hospital at a time

Connecticut - Hospital Specific Volume and Profitability

Connecticut's state Office of Health Care Access provides a quick set of key financial statistics for each hospital in the state, including number of discharges, patient days, revenues, and operating margin, for the most recent fiscal years. Dashboard updated through FY 2015

Florida Outpatient Surgery Prices & Visit Volume (2012 data)

Compare hospitals and ambulatory surgery volumes and range of charges (average cost is not shown) for common adult and pediatric outpatient surgery procedures, by hospital or surgical center name. Includes arthroscopy, cataracts, laser eye procedures, cardiac catheterization, pacemaker, upper GI & lower GI endoscopy, colonoscopy, hernia repair, hysteroscopy, tonsil removal, lithotripsy, skin biopsy, bunion removal, pediatric circumcision and more. You might be surprised to find outpatient hernia repair prices averaged $7955 to $18,674, but individual hospitals ranged from $1000 to $52,000 (ages 18 to 64, Level 1); Level 2 common range was $11,000 to $24,000. FloridaHealthFinder.gov 2011-2012 data

Indiana Hospital & Ambulatory Surgery Center Medical Errors 2014

Indiana Medical Error Reporting System final report for 2014 summarizes 114 reportable events in hospitals and outpatient surgery centers in 2014. Adverse Events such as leaving a foreign object inside a patient after surgery, operating on the wrong body part. or Stage 3 or 4 pressure ulcers (bedsores) acquired after admission, are based on NQF's list of 28 serious, largely preventable adverse events. List of events by facility name is a separate 293-page pdf file called Data Tables. Market share data included. Published by IN State Dept. of Health (ISDH, in.gov) October 2015

Maryland Hospital Pricing Guide, May 2011 (pdf)

Compare average charges (prices) at each MD hospital (by name) and volumes statewide for 15 most common inpatient diagnoses (severity adjusted using APR-DRGs) - including newborns (avg. $1831), childbirth vaginal delivery ($5859), c-section (avg. $8219), heart failure, chest pain, angina & atherosclerosis, cardiac arrhythmia, pneumonia, COPD ($8287), septicemia ($17,653), cellulitis ($6840), knee joint replacement (avg. $22,027), bipolar admissions ($8168 state avg.) urinary tract infections ($7052) and renal failure ($10,469). Data from 2009 - 2010. Not included: costs for cancer, stroke, hysterectomy, rehabilitation, digestive problems. By MD Health Care Commission MHCC May 2011

Minnesota - Hospital Financial Margins, 2015

Scroll to the bottom of the screen to find the last set of reports, which show Operating Margin and Total profit margin. Volume data, Bottom Line reports and Uncompensated Care also on this page. Total Admissions and Imaging test volume are shown if you want to compare Market Share. Must have Excel to read the reports. Data from 2015. Released by MN Dept. of Health

Nevada PricePoint (Hospital Inpatient Charges)

Find average price and typical charges for 67 types of inpatient hospitalizations in NV. Examples: childbirth prices, COPD, heart surgery, pacemaker, stents, hip & knee surgery, digestive problems, psychiatric hospitalization, rehab. Average length of stay in the hospital also given. Choose Comprehensive Query for prices on many other conditions not on the Basic list. Get one hospital/one disease or condition at a time, then select other hospitals to compare; 2011 charges shown. Must inflate and add physician fees to estimate 2012 average costs. Sponsored by the Nevada Hospital Association

New Jersey - Open Heart Surgery Volume by Hospital Name 2015

Two-page Cardiac Data Registry table showing number of open heart surgeries at each New Jersey hospital in 2015. Scroll to Data Charts. Open heart surgery, diagnostic cardiac catheterization cases, PCI, total volume was over 100,000 cases in 2014. NJ Dept. of Health and Senior Services

Oklahoma PricePoint (Hospital Inpatient Charges)

Find average 2007 price and typical charges for many types of inpatient hospitalizations in OK. Examples: childbirth delivery prices, heart surgery, cardiac cath, hip & knee surgery, digestive problems, pneumonia, psychiatric hospitalization, rehab. Average length of stay in the hospital also given. Choose Comprehensive Query for prices on many other conditions not on the Basic list. Get one hospital/one disease or condition at a time. Sponsored by the Oklahoma Hospital Association. Consumers will need to inflate the old 2007 charges to estimate 2010 prices

Oregon Hospital Infection Ratings, 2010

Compare OR hospitals on healthcare-acquired infection rates for central line infections (CLABSI), surgical site infections for knee replacements and cardiac bypass (CABG), and surgical infection prevention measures (SCIP) for 2009-2010. Individual hospital reports start on PAGE 14; volumes also shown. Must know name of hospital, rather than city only. Report by Oregon Health Authority (oregon.gov), pub. December 2010

Pennsylvania Hospital Utilization Report by County, 2015

Quarterly Inpatient Market share for PA hospitals (volume of cases and percent of charges) is shown in the Utilization Reports by county. Overall statewide market share by hospital is also shown. Reports by the Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council

South Dakota Charges for Inpatient Hospital Stays - 2014

Find out and compare SD hospitals on 2014 average charges, or median (typical) price. After you select the hospital, you can see the average charge in all of South Dakota (e.g. avg $4368 for normal newborn, or $3265 median. Vaginal delivery for mom was $8891 average, and $8373 median.) All common hospitalizations shown, such as births and maternity delivery, knee replacement, heart failure, pneumonia, bowel procedures, COPD, angioplasty, kidney transplants (median $205,601), inpatient laparoscopic gallbladder removal (avg $40,071, but $44k to $46k avg. in Sioux Falls) and much more. Also shows length of stay. PricePoint site sponsored by SDAHO (hospital association)

Utah Hospital Charges, Market Share and Case Mix, 2010 (pdf)

This file is for administrators who want to examine UT hospital market share by DRG (62 high volume DRGs) or APR-DRG or MDC, or Average Prices and Length of Stay, or case mix trends from 1999 to 2010. Discharge status (e.g. to home care, or expired, etc.) also provided. Average statewide charges start on page 28; hospital-specific information starts on page 44. Title: 2010 Utah Inpatient Hospital Utilization and Charges Profile - Hospital Detail is 423 pages long; released by UT Health Data Committee, UT Dept. of Health, 2011

Vermont - Inpatient Hospital Market Share & Statewide Average 2013 Prices (pdf)

State of Vermont (Act 53 Hospital reports) lists volume of inpatient hospital admissions for each VT hospital, along with the average price (charge) for the top 50 types of admission (by MS-DRG). Hospitals with at least 15 cases in a DRG category are listed. Wondering about average cost for an appendectomy in Vermont? $18,623 before discounts. A normal delivery ran $7664 on average for mother plus #2601 for the baby (2013 prices)

Vermont - Outpatient Surgery Market Share & Average 2013 Prices (pdf)

Find out how many outpatient surgeries are done at each Vermont hospital, and the average price statewide (average gross charge) for period of Oct 2012 to Sept. 2013. Prices do not include physician charges. Average price for cataract surgery $5720, large intestine endoscopy (colonoscopy) $2671, ear tubes $3044, tonsillectomy without removing adenoids $5904, removal of a bunion $11,084 for most common procedure code. Part of the State Act 53 Hospital Community Report series

Virginia Hospital Volumes and Financial Information

Consumers can view hospital data (one hospital at a time), including admission & patient day volumes by service line, financial performance & efficiency; patient satisfaction. Must click on additional tabs, or select printer-friendly in order to see more information. See detail and read carefully. Prepared by Virginia Health Information using 2009 data (some 2010)

West Virginia Hospitals, Inpatient Market Share 2015

Reports show WV hospital volumes, market share for discharges by county, Inpatient and cardiac cath reports are ready-made statewide. All payer data. From WV Healthcare Authority, 2015 reports

Wisconsin Hospital Volumes & Average Charges 2016

Two-page summary for each WI hospital's number of births, and other types of inpatient stays: Stroke, Knee replacement (APR-DRG 302), hip replacement (301), COPD, Pneumonia, Heart Failure, Bowel surgery, Septicemia, Psychoses, etc. Average (facility) charges for 2016 also shown; excludes physician and surgeon fees. Released by WHA Information Center August 2017

Other Helpful Listings

Ohio Hospitals - Top 60 Inpatient Hospital Prices (OHA)

As required by the Ohio Department of Health, the average and typical prices for the top 60 most common hospitalizations are listed by Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs) for all payer cases. Reports published by the Ohio Hospital Association show volume, average charge and length of stay. No side-by-side comparisons. Surgery procedures and hospitalizations (such as joint replacement, delivery, hysterectomy [DRG 358], psychiatric admission, COPD, etc.) are listed in the order of volume for each hospital, requiring consumers to search for the condition they want, and check each individual hospital's report. Dates for data are not easily found at Ohio Hospital Compare

Texas Health Insurance Industry Profile 2016

Allan Baumgarten's TX Health Market Report shows health insurance plan enrollment levels, profits, administrative expenses for 25 HMOs in 2015, including Amerigroup, Superior, HMO Blue, Molina, Texas Children's, UnitedHealthcare, Scott & White, Humana, Parkland, Community Health Choice and Aetna. HMO 2015 profits shown. Some hospital data presented in the press release. Useful report

Utah Inpatient Hospital Charges, 2010 - Utah PricePoint

Utah provides average charges (price) statewide, and on a hospital-specific basis for many common inpatient stays, such as pneumonia, stroke, appendectomy, hip and knee procedures, gall bladder surgery, hysterectomy, heart failure, heart attack, chest pain, coronary bypass, heart valve procedures, vaginal and cesarean deliveries, newborn births, chemotherapy, psychoses, alcohol or drug abuse, rehabilitation, back and neck procedures, digestive disorders, abdominal surgery, nutritional/metabolic problems, transplants and much more. Volumes (2010 data) and length of stay are included; does not include average cost for physicians. Consumers may adjust for 2012 costs by adding 2-year price inflation. As with other PricePoint Systems, view one UT hospital at a time. Utah Hospital Assn

Wisconsin CheckPoint - Hospital Ratings and Patient Opinions  Editor's Pick

Compare hospital quality performance and patient satisfaction ratings for 125 hospitals in WI. Topics: heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, surgical infection prevention and survvival for hip, knee surgery, heart, vascular, other cardiac, colon surgery and hysterectomy; patient safety practices, incidental appendectomy rate; deaths data. See how many patients would definitely recommend the hospital. Most data in January 2010 update are from 2008-2009. Wisconsin Hospital Association makes quarterly updates. Even though the clinical topic list is sketchy (such as Bones and Digestive), WHA receives Editor's Pick for going beyond CMS measures, for showing all hospitals side-by-side, consumer ease in getting a free comprehensive quality report for one hospital, staying current, and showing comparisons to the benchmark best in the state

Wisconsin Hospitals PricePoint (Average Inpatient Prices)

Average charge and length of stay for common hospitalizations including maternity and newborn births, hip or knee replacement surgery, gallbladder removal, heart surgery, angioplasty, arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat), valves, cardiac cath, pacemaker, pneumonia, bipolar and other mental health, stroke, back care, asthma, COPD, rehab; kidney, heart, lung or other transplant; hysterectomy, prostate surgery, bowel surgery & more. Also shows inpatient volumes. From WHA Information Center, part of the Wisconsin Hospital Association, using 2016-2017 data. Surgeon fees NOT included. Compare hospitals by city (anywhere in the state by adding cities). Wisc. Hospital Assn. created the PricePoint System now used in other states

Wisconsin PricePoint - Outpatient & Ambulatory Surgery Cost

Compare outpatient and ambulatory surgery volume and charges for colonoscopy, cataracts, eardrum surgery, shoulder or knee surgery, carpal tunnel surgery, removal of tonsils & adenoids, appendectomy, breast biopsy, endoscopy, gallbladder (cholecystectomy), upper GI, heart catheterization and more. Compare hospitals and surgical centers. Typical (median) price in county and statewide Wisconsin median prices shown for 2016-2017. Prices exclude surgeon and other doctors' fees which may double the numbers you see here

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