It provides the most current and authoritative comparative data of 5,000-plus U.S. hospitals and health systems available.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
The AHA Hospital Statistics™ 2013 edition, a comprehensive trend and statistical reference of U.S. community hospitals is now available and includes new data from the American Hospital Association (AHA) FY2011 Annual Survey of Hospitals. It provides the most current and authoritative comparative data of 5,000-plus U.S. hospitals and health systems available.
The new 2013 edition contains the number and percentage of hospitals that offer pediatric emergency departments and psychiatric residential treatment programs and its introduction explores the changing nature of hospital care delivery through the establishment of medical homes and accountable care organizations, as well changes to payment models, such as bundled payments. It also contains historical trend data for hospital utilization, personnel and finances arranged by bed-size category, U.S. census divisions, state, region and Metropolitan Statistical Area.
For additional information, call 800-AHA-2626 or visit http://www.AHAonlinestore.com.
AHA Hospital Statistics™ 2013 edition ($250; AHA Item no. 082013)
AHA Hospitals™ 2013 edition Combination Book with MS Excel Tables on CD ($660; AHA Item no. 082213)
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The AHA is a not-for-profit association of health care provider organizations and individuals that are committed to the improvement of health in their communities. The AHA is the national advocate for its members and comprises more than 5,000 member hospitals, health systems and other health care organizations, and 42,000 individual members. Founded in 1898, the AHA provides education for health care leaders and is a source of information on health care issues and trends.