Massachusetts Hospital Profiles provide descriptive and comparative information on acute and non-acute hospitals based on hospital characteristics, services, payer mix, utilization trends, cost trends, financial performance, and quality over a five-year period. The data used for these profiles is a compilation of payer and provider-submitted data sources, including hospital audited financial statements, hospital cost reports, hospital discharge data, and relative price data.
Hospital Profiles also includes a series of interactive graphics found below. These profiles are accessible through a user-friendly web application that allows users to see different data visualizations that provide insight into the acute hospital industry for FY18. Please note: you can find more detailed information by hovering your mouse over data points. you can also review data by hospital, hospital type, and system affiliation via this dashboard.
Compendiums containing all unique hospital profiles are available for:
Please Note: For comparative purposes, acute hospitals are assigned to a cohort of similar hospitals: Academic Medical Centers (AMCs), teaching hospitals, community hospitals, and community-High Public Payer hospitals. For non-acute hospitals, the cohorts are defined by services provided, and include: psychiatric, rehabilitation, and chronic care. Specialty acute and non-acute hospitals are not identified with a distinct cohort.