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Canada Hospital Ratings and Reports

Examine your Canada hospital’s or region’s performance on Access & Wait Times, Quality of Care, Spending, Health Promotion & Disease Prevention, and Health Outcomes. Much of the data shown reflect province-wide ratings. Some ratings are compared to the US. Includes HSMR – Hospital Standardized Mortality Ratios for deaths in 2016-2017. Site provided by Canadian Institute for Health Information

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 (ED or ER) visits, x-ray tests, upper GI, lower GI endoscopy, arthroscopy, cataract with lens, angiography, echocardiography, hernia repair, infusion therapy, nerve injection, observation services, outpatient cardiac catheterization, ultrasound. Scroll to bottom of the hospital page to Outpatient Utilization Statistics. Some rural critical access hospitals may not show any outpatient test and visit prices. Also shown: inpatient market share by local zip code; net income. Link is to the Free Hospital Information

GuideStar.org – Form 990 and Executive Compensation, Nonprofits Editor's Pick

Free registration is required to access the basic database, but it is worth your time. GuideStar.org is a go-to source. Most tax-exempt nonprofits file a Form 990 with the IRS, which shows important financial information and executive compensation (or portion of executive comp) received from that organization. GuideStar reports having over 26 million annual searches are conducted on GuideStar.

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