Top NSQIP hospitals by net patient revenue
The National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP) emphasizes the importance of tracking surgical case data to analyze patient outcomes. NSQIP hospitals follow a standards-based program and contribute data to drive quality improvements. Surgical data are risk-adjusted and case-mix-adjusted for the most accurate comparison of cases. The program is part of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Quality Programs that also aim to reduce complications and decrease costs.
How many hospitals are accredited through NSQIP?
|Rank||Definitive ID||Hospital name||Location||Net patient revenue||Explore dataset|
|1||2843||Tisch Hospital||New York, NY||$6,273,707,636||Explore|
|2||541974||NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center||New York, NY||$5,734,047,089||Explore|
|3||3120||Cleveland Clinic Main Campus||Cleveland, OH||$5,241,664,591||Explore|
|4||3742||Vanderbilt University Medical Center||Nashville, TN||$4,691,813,631||Explore|
|5||588||Stanford Hospital||Stanford, CA||$4,183,895,185||Explore|
|6||4017||University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center||Houston, TX||$3,982,982,020||Explore|
|7||430||Cedars-Sinai Medical Center||Los Angeles, CA||$3,550,379,003||Explore|
|8||2846||Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center||New York, NY||$3,417,060,157||Explore|
|9||1973||Massachusetts General Hospital||Boston, MA||$3,376,488,407||Explore|
|10||731||Yale New Haven Hospital||New Haven, CT||$3,238,519,875||Explore|
|11||1365||IU Health Methodist Hospital||Indianapolis, IN||$3,113,206,365||Explore|
|12||872||Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center||Orlando, FL||$2,875,438,022||Explore|
|13||3571||Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania||Philadelphia, PA||$2,851,500,619||Explore|
|14||2191||Mayo Clinic Hospital - Saint Marys Campus||Rochester, MN||$2,837,714,279||Explore|
|15||1969||Brigham and Womens Hospital||Boston, MA||$2,707,497,042||Explore|
|16||2818||Strong Memorial Hospital||Rochester, NY||$2,702,464,192||Explore|
|17||273024||Montefiore Hospital - Moses Campus||Bronx, NY||$2,695,861,000||Explore|
|18||2837||Mount Sinai Medical Center||New York, NY||$2,683,766,080||Explore|
|19||2973||Duke University Hospital||Durham, NC||$2,675,540,231||Explore|
|20||1000||Northside Hospital Atlanta||Atlanta, GA||$2,524,347,527||Explore|
Which NSQIP hospital has the highest net patient revenue?
Tisch Hospital in New York City has the highest net patient revenue among NSQIP hospitals at nearly $6.3 billion. NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center and Cleveland Clinic report net patient revenues of $5.7 billion and $5.2 billion, respectively.
Each of the top 20 hospitals on the list have a net patient revenue of more than $2.5 billion and average nearly $3.6 billion.
Six of the top 20 NSQIP hospitals are in New York and two are in both California and Massachusetts. Many of these hospitals are also top Magnet hospitals that demonstrate quality nursing and patient care.
What is the average net patient revenue for NSQIP hospitals?
Based on the most recent financial data from NSQIP hospitals in HospitalView, the average hospital net patient revenue is $792 million. In comparison, the national average net patient revenue is $193 million.
What is the NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator?
ACS provides an online tool to provide risk information on surgical cases. The NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator uses patient predictors and demographics along with the specific planned CPT code to help understand the chance that a patient experiences potential outcomes 30-days post-surgery.
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