Annual Statistical Supplement, 2011

 

Health Care Programs

Medicare

Participating Facilities

Table 8.C1 Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and/or Part B (Supplementary Medical Insurance): Number of facilities and beds, by type of participating provider, December 1967–2010, selected years
Year Hospitals Skilled nursing facilities Home
health agencies
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act/ independent laboratories a
All
hospitals
General b Psychiatric
Facilities
1967 6,829 6,501 328 4,405 1,890 2,355
1970 6,779 6,444 335 4,494 2,333 2,750
1975 6,770 6,383 387 3,932 2,290 3,174
1976 6,774 6,368 406 3,992 2,353 3,156
1977 6,755 6,353 402 4,461 2,496 3,249
1978 6,848 6,432 416 4,982 2,715 3,384
1979 6,780 6,372 408 5,055 2,858 3,448
1980 6,736 6,325 411 5,155 3,012 3,374
1981 6,749 6,335 414 5,295 3,169 3,511
1982 6,737 6,321 416 5,510 3,627 3,643
1983 6,687 6,257 430 5,760 4,235 3,708
1984 6,676 6,228 448 6,183 5,237 3,890
1985 6,710 6,209 501 6,725 5,932 4,029
1986 6,731 6,189 542 7,148 5,953 4,298
1987 6,715 6,130 585 7,379 5,769 4,487
1988 6,658 6,044 614 7,683 5,673 4,676
1989 6,547 5,891 656 8,688 5,661 4,828
1990 6,522 5,848 674 9,008 5,730 4,881
1991 6,471 5,759 712 10,061 5,963 4,898
1992 6,433 5,722 711 10,910 6,461 4,942
1993 6,473 5,738 735 11,472 7,000 156,117
1994 6,414 5,705 709 12,584 7,827 151,422
1995 6,376 5,694 682 13,452 8,447 156,511
1996 6,273 5,627 646 14,177 9,850 157,876
1997 6,293 5,639 654 14,860 10,807 164,054
1998 6,116 5,514 602 15,032 9,330 166,817
1999 5,985 5,415 570 14,913 7,857 171,018
2000 6,031 5,512 519 14,841 7,099 168,333
2001 6,002 5,508 494 14,755 6,813 173,807
2002 6,024 5,537 487 14,838 6,928 176,947
2003 6,057 5,579 478 14,939 7,138 184,466
2004 6,117 5,647 470 14,986 7,519 189,340
2005 6,180 5,707 473 15,006 8,090 196,296
2006 6,177 5,695 482 15,028 8,618 199,817
2007 6,163 5,673 490 15,054 9,024 206,065
2008 6,171 5,680 491 15,032 9,407 210,872
2009 6,172 5,666 506 15,071 10,184 218,139
2010 6,169 5,658 511 15,084 10,914 224,679
Beds
1967 1,141,155 837,211 303,944 308,843 . . . . . .
1970 1,190,309 878,509 311,800 325,415 . . . . . .
1975 1,136,908 939,717 197,191 287,468 . . . . . .
1976 1,169,433 980,805 188,628 332,515 . . . . . .
1977 1,130,519 976,465 154,054 381,715 . . . . . .
1978 1,154,250 1,015,645 138,605 414,188 . . . . . .
1979 1,152,088 1,016,525 135,563 433,715 . . . . . .
1980 1,145,245 1,017,794 127,451 448,007 . . . . . .
1981 1,152,877 1,032,042 120,835 463,715 . . . . . .
1982 1,146,480 1,044,427 102,053 497,056 . . . . . .
1983 1,143,544 1,046,674 96,870 519,551 . . . . . .
1984 1,146,093 1,050,832 95,261 548,201 . . . . . .
1985 1,144,589 1,046,889 97,700 -- . . . . . .
1986 1,137,853 1,043,430 94,423 444,326 . . . . . .
1987 1,124,928 1,030,556 94,372 449,867 . . . . . .
1988 1,115,809 1,022,116 93,693 476,447 . . . . . .
1989 1,106,295 1,008,845 97,450 507,475 . . . . . .
1990 1,104,703 1,005,480 99,223 512,107 . . . . . .
1991 1,102,286 1,003,147 99,139 583,116 . . . . . .
1992 1,093,895 997,695 96,200 606,218 . . . . . .
1993 1,094,422 994,847 99,575 622,534 . . . . . .
1994 1,074,371 985,809 88,562 649,054 . . . . . .
1995 1,056,454 970,143 86,311 657,225 . . . . . .
1996 1,038,105 955,604 82,501 671,839 . . . . . .
1997 1,037,356 954,372 82,984 684,977 . . . . . .
1998 1,012,168 934,635 77,533 722,626 . . . . . .
1999 993,901 920,326 73,575 836,720 . . . . . .
2000 982,616 913,806 68,810 939,364 . . . . . .
2001 968,761 901,688 67,073 1,104,978 . . . . . .
2002 957,898 897,076 60,822 1,260,625 . . . . . .
2003 951,628 894,457 57,171 1,371,815 . . . . . .
2004 949,694 894,022 55,672 1,437,254 . . . . . .
2005 947,305 892,253 55,052 1,478,277 . . . . . .
2006 938,762 884,450 54,312 1,507,368 . . . . . .
2007 933,998 796,931 54,251 1,532,267 . . . . . .
2008 930,452 876,376 54,076 1,546,721 . . . . . .
2009 926,388 870,812 55,576 1,561,299 . . . . . .
2010 927,535 871,554 55,981 1,572,511 . . . . . .
SOURCE: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable; -- = not available.
a. Beginning in 1993, the data include all Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act facilities as of December of each year.
b. Includes short-stay and other long-stay hospitals.
CONTACT: Maria Diacogiannis (410) 786-0178 or statistics@ssa.gov.
Table 8.C2 Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and/or Part B (Supplementary Medical Insurance): Number of participating hospitals and certified beds, by type of hospital, census division, and state or other area, December 2010
Census division and state or area All hospitals Short-stay and critical
access hospitals a
Other non-short-stay b
Hospitals Beds Hospitals Beds Beds per 1,000 enrollees c Hospitals Beds
Total
All areas 6,169 927,535 4,891 814,973 17.2 1,278 112,562
United States 6,107 916,199 4,835 804,216 17.4 1,272 111,983
New England 252 43,097 186 32,970 13.7 66 10,127
Connecticut 43 10,361 32 8,435 14.9 11 1,926
Maine 41 3,979 36 3,493 13.2 5 486
Massachusetts 108 19,783 67 13,464 12.7 41 6,319
New Hampshire 30 3,529 26 3,036 13.6 4 493
Rhode Island 15 3,657 11 2,903 16.1 4 754
Vermont 15 1,788 14 1,639 14.8 1 149
Middle Atlantic 559 125,987 423 107,301 16.4 136 18,686
New Jersey 100 26,649 66 22,447 17.1 34 4,202
New York 223 63,783 189 56,339 19.0 34 7,444
Pennsylvania 236 35,555 168 28,515 12.5 68 7,040
East North Central 917 149,646 741 135,567 18.7 176 14,079
Illinois 207 40,294 180 37,112 20.5 27 3,182
Indiana 168 19,347 124 17,299 17.2 44 2,048
Michigan 171 27,921 136 25,191 15.3 35 2,730
Ohio 226 44,461 177 40,150 21.3 49 4,311
Wisconsin 145 17,623 124 15,815 17.4 21 1,808
West North Central 777 74,184 694 67,915 20.8 83 6,269
Iowa 122 10,450 116 10,089 19.5 6 361
Kansas 153 11,207 139 10,188 23.6 14 1,019
Minnesota 144 15,520 131 14,367 18.3 13 1,153
Missouri 150 23,878 116 21,577 21.5 34 2,301
Nebraska 96 6,662 88 5,873 21.1 8 789
North Dakota 49 3,107 44 2,732 25.1 5 375
South Dakota 63 3,360 60 3,089 22.6 3 271
South Atlantic 900 174,228 695 153,898 16.4 205 20,330
Delaware 12 2,693 6 2,166 14.6 6 527
District of Columbia 14 4,153 7 3,287 43.2 7 866
Florida 243 59,060 182 53,796 16.0 61 5,264
Georgia 177 24,672 142 21,732 17.8 35 2,940
Maryland 63 14,884 46 12,407 15.9 17 2,477
North Carolina 133 26,566 112 22,553 15.2 21 4,013
South Carolina 80 13,709 60 11,953 15.5 20 1,756
Virginia 116 19,592 89 17,930 15.8 27 1,662
West Virginia 62 8,899 51 8,074 21.2 11 825
East South Central 503 74,209 411 67,054 21.3 92 7,155
Alabama 127 19,324 100 17,313 20.6 27 2,011
Kentucky 117 17,463 95 15,227 20.3 22 2,236
Mississippi 111 13,039 96 12,029 24.2 15 1,010
Tennessee 148 24,383 120 22,485 21.3 28 1,898
West South Central 1,068 116,173 743 96,947 20.2 325 19,226
Arkansas 101 11,614 75 9,669 18.2 26 1,945
Louisiana 226 20,658 126 15,969 23.3 100 4,689
Oklahoma 154 14,650 127 13,211 21.9 27 1,439
Texas 587 69,251 415 58,098 19.4 172 11,153
Mountain 500 53,488 404 46,448 15.7 96 7,040
Arizona 103 15,968 78 13,891 15.1 25 2,077
Colorado 98 12,581 76 10,759 17.5 22 1,822
Idaho 51 3,497 42 3,048 13.3 9 449
Montana 64 3,131 61 2,938 17.4 3 193
Nevada 51 6,523 35 5,423 15.3 16 1,100
New Mexico 52 4,781 42 4,339 14.0 10 442
Utah 51 5,458 43 4,640 16.5 8 818
Wyoming 30 1,549 27 1,410 17.6 3 139
Pacific 631 105,187 538 96,116 14.8 93 9,071
Alaska 25 1,556 22 1,291 19.7 3 265
California 419 79,374 348 72,868 15.8 71 6,506
Hawaii 27 2,763 23 2,359 11.5 4 404
Oregon 62 8,075 58 7,879 12.8 4 196
Washington 98 13,419 87 11,719 12.1 11 1,700
Outlying areas 62 11,336 56 10,757 15.3 6 579
Puerto Rico 57 10,651 51 10,072 15.0 6 579
U.S. Virgin Islands 2 320 2 320 20.1 0 0
Other 3 365 3 365 21.5 0 0
SOURCE: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
a. Critical access hospitals are included with short-stay hospitals because, though not subject to one of the Medicare inpatient hospital prospective payment systems, they essentially function as and are viewed as short-stay hospitals by their communities.
b. Other non-short-stay hospitals include long-term hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, children's hospitals, and religious nonmedical institutions.
c. Based on total number of persons enrolled in the Hospital Insurance program as of July 1, 2010.
CONTACT: Maria Diacogiannis (410) 786-0178 or statistics@ssa.gov.
Table 8.C3 Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and/or Part B (Supplementary Medical Insurance): Number of participating skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act facilities, and end-stage renal disease facilities, by census division and state or other area, December 2010
Census division and state or area Skilled nursing facilities Home
health
agencies
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act facilities End-stage
renal disease facilities
Number Beds Beds per
1,000 enrollees a
Total
All areas 15,084 1,572,511 33.2 10,914 224,679 5,631
United States 15,075 1,572,160 34.0 10,862 223,346 5,582
New England 968 101,506 42.3 326 9,925 173
Connecticut 239 28,793 51.0 84 2,684 40
Maine 109 6,434 24.4 30 1,050 17
Massachusetts 420 47,087 44.5 143 3,931 80
New Hampshire 74 7,301 32.7 34 975 12
Rhode Island 86 8,708 48.3 23 773 16
Vermont 40 3,183 28.7 12 512 8
Middle Atlantic 1,696 253,394 38.7 628 24,929 623
New Jersey 361 50,286 38.4 51 5,807 128
New York 633 117,761 39.7 195 10,974 242
Pennsylvania 702 85,347 37.4 382 8,148 253
East North Central 2,950 289,237 39.8 2,184 35,948 908
Illinois 710 70,166 38.7 681 9,486 225
Indiana 488 46,156 45.9 204 5,298 132
Michigan 413 45,500 27.6 591 7,488 175
Ohio 962 92,768 49.2 581 10,121 262
Wisconsin 377 34,647 38.1 127 3,555 114
West North Central 1,932 154,816 47.5 818 17,349 408
Iowa 415 29,072 56.3 177 2,944 62
Kansas 271 19,511 45.2 130 2,504 46
Minnesota 375 31,122 39.6 204 3,362 95
Missouri 491 47,129 47.0 176 5,228 132
Nebraska 199 14,317 51.4 71 1,890 34
North Dakota 85 6,438 59.1 21 587 17
South Dakota 96 7,227 53.0 39 834 22
South Atlantic 2,313 253,327 27.0 1,976 47,842 1,238
Delaware 40 4,436 29.8 20 810 21
District of Columbia 18 2,663 35.0 27 489 19
Florida 676 79,731 23.7 1,273 17,664 333
Georgia 356 38,083 31.2 104 7,474 281
Maryland 227 28,241 36.1 54 3,622 120
North Carolina 422 42,876 28.8 171 7,175 178
South Carolina 185 18,316 23.8 70 3,634 113
Virginia 270 29,340 25.9 201 5,133 139
West Virginia 119 9,641 25.3 56 1,841 34
East South Central 982 97,283 31.0 449 15,256 455
Alabama 225 26,273 31.3 149 3,803 124
Kentucky 285 25,531 34.0 102 3,708 97
Mississippi 172 15,922 32.1 55 2,420 73
Tennessee 300 29,557 28.0 143 5,325 161
West South Central 1,907 205,796 42.8 2,744 30,524 773
Arkansas 210 21,497 40.5 171 2,136 65
Louisiana 281 34,965 51.1 220 3,933 155
Oklahoma 290 26,345 43.7 241 3,304 73
Texas 1,126 122,989 41.1 2,112 21,151 480
Mountain 743 69,581 23.5 642 14,160 336
Arizona 139 15,411 16.7 120 4,573 113
Colorado 199 18,679 30.4 150 3,087 68
Idaho 79 6,148 26.8 46 1,013 23
Montana 86 6,773 40.1 33 723 12
Nevada 47 5,267 14.8 104 1,502 36
New Mexico 67 6,638 21.5 74 1,342 37
Utah 92 7,901 28.2 88 1,505 38
Wyoming 34 2,764 34.5 27 415 9
Pacific 1,584 147,220 22.7 1,095 27,413 668
Alaska 15 561 8.6 14 577 7
California 1,179 111,850 24.2 952 20,030 517
Hawaii 45 3,998 19.4 14 785 22
Oregon 121 10,618 17.2 56 2,491 52
Washington 224 20,193 20.8 59 3,530 70
Outlying areas 9 351 0.5 52 1,333 49
Puerto Rico 7 281 0.4 44 1,177 39
U.S. Virgin Islands 1 40 2.5 2 44 3
Other 1 30 1.8 6 112 7
SOURCE: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
a. Based on total number of beneficiaries enrolled in the Hospital Insurance program as of July 1, 2010.
CONTACT: Maria Diacogiannis (410) 786-0178 or statistics@ssa.gov.