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New York Angioplasty/Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (PCI) Ratings (pdf)

Compare New York hospital and physician-specific ratings for PCI, also known as PTCA (angioplasty) or coronary stenting. Hospital survival rates (risk-adjusted mortality rate – RAMR) show which hospitals and which cardiologists are significantly better or worse than the state average. In-hospital/30 day observed rate was 0.84% for non-emergency cases 2016.  When emergency cases are added in, the 2016 mortality rate goes up to 1.24%. Consumers can also find volume and survival information by cardiologist’s name (2014-2016), which New York has been reporting for years. NY State Department of Health report is 77 pages; published April 2019.

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