Procedures in Rural v. Urban Hospitals

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Appreciating the Number of Procedures Done per Hospitalization

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  1. $1.43 of every $100 in America goes toward hospital administration

    Also, according to the Vox website, annual spending compared to other sectors is as follows:

    • Public schools ($610 billion dollars per year)
    • Hospital administration ($218 billion dollars per year)
    • Food stamps ($80 billion dollars per year)
    • Professional sports ($67 billion dollars per year)
    • Spending on pets ($56 billion dollars per year)
    • National Institute of Health ($30 billion dollars per year)
    • Foreign aid ($23 billion dollars per year)

    Note: Data from Education Department, Health Affairs, Agriculture Department, National Priorities Project, PriceWaterhouseCooper, National Institute of Health

    Source: Vox

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  2. A PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW WITH 10 QUESTIONS FOR DR. DAVID EDWARD MARCINKO MBA CMP™ CEO – iMBA, Inc.
    [Atlanta Georgia, USA]

    FROM: Steve Brawner [Steve Brawner Communications]
    RE: Publisher of Medical News of Arkansas

    On 10/20/12 our Publisher-in-Chief gave the following interview on the state-of-the-art in the hospital industry.

    https://healthcarefinancials.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/interview-dr-marcinko1.pdf

    Now, two years later, please tell us how he did with his prognostications.

    Hope R. Hetico RN MHA CMP™
    http://www.amazon.com/Business-Medical-Practice-Transformational-Doctors/dp/0826105750/ref=sr_1_9?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1287563112&sr=1-9

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  3. The Rise of the Hospital Giants

    Hospital consolidation has dramatically increased in recent years, and studies have shown that hospital mergers and acquisitions result in rising prices, less competition and an increase in hospital negotiating power. So, we ask:

    * Are health care “goliaths” increasingly dictating the prices and premiums we pay?

    * What steps can government and private companies take to lower prices and improve quality in markets that have undergone consolidation?

    * What is your opinion of this of trend in hospital consolidation?

    Please clarify what’s at stake for consumers, and give journalists fresh ideas for reporting in new, incisive ways.

    Nancy Chockley
    [President and CEO]
    NIHCM Foundation
    http://www.amazon.com/Hospitals-Healthcare-Organizations-Management-Operational/dp/1439879907/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1334193619&sr=1-4

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  4. Medicaid Covered 45% of Children in Rural Areas in 2015

    Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families recently released a report on Medicaid coverage rates in rural areas. Here are some key findings:

    • In 2014-2015, Medicaid provided coverage for 45% of children rural areas.
    • Medicaid provided coverage to 38% of children in metropolitan areas.
    • The rural adult uninsurance rate in expansion states fell 11% from 2009-2015.
    • The rate of uninsured children in rural areas declined in 43 out of 46 states.
    • The national rate of uninsured rural children fell by 3 percentage points.
    • CO, NV, NM, OR, and SC saw declines of 8 percentage points from 2009-2015.

    Source: Center for Children and Families

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