- Top 100 CAHs include 60 multi-year Top Performers with 40 new facilities joining the ranks in 2013;
- Top 100 CAHs perform as well or better at the median overall than the full census of all U.S. general acute care hospitals;
- Top 100 CAHs are disproportionately located in the Northern half of the United States with nearly one third located in three contiguous Upper Midwest states (13 in Wisconsin; 9 in Minnesota; 9 in Iowa);
- Top 100 CAHs face the least population-based demand for future healthcare services while their Quality is near the Top Quartile when compared to all U.S. general acute care hospitals;
- Top 100 CAH performance is in the Top Quartile of all U.S. general acute care hospitals in the Financial and Cost & Charge categories of the study; and
- Top 100 CAHs are equally divided in terms of organizational structure – (52% are independent; 48% are system-affiliated).
IVantage Health Analytics™ Names Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals
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