Hospitals are the primary care centers for the majority of Americans, home to care providers of various specialties as well as advanced diagnostic technology. They and account for approximately one-third of all medical spending in the U.S.—about $1.1 trillion.
Many hospitals are bringing in billions of dollars in net patient revenue. All of the top ten hospitals reported a 2018 net patient revenue of over $3 billion (up from 7 of 10 in 2016), and all of the top 30 brought in more than $2 billion (up from 22 of 25 in 2016). Combined, the top 50 hospitals earned more than $123 billion in net patient revenue.
|HOSPITAL NAME||STATE||NET PATIENT REVENUE||STAFFED BEDS|
|New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center||NY||$5,340,902,266||862|
|NYU Langone Tisch Hospital||NY||$4,101,296,000||725|
|UCSF Medical Center at Parnassus Heights||CA||$3,620,962,130||782|
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