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Spending per Hospital Patient with Medicare (Hospital Compare data as of July 2013)

Quality
Measures
Mease Countryside Hospital Mease Dunedin Hospital Morton Plant Hospital Morton Plant North Bay Hospital South Florida Baptist Hospital St. Anthony's Hospital St. Joseph's Hospital United States Avg. Top 10% Avg. Florida Avg.
Spending per Hospital Patient with Medicare 1.1
  
1.1
  
1.07
  
1.11
  
1.07
  
1.05
  
1.06
  
0.98
  
1.08
  
1.06
  

Discharges from May 2011 through December 2011

Key


Less than the U.S. National Median.


About the same as the U.S. National Median.


More than the U.S. National Median. Click on the cell to read our Action Plan.
N/A Not available. The number of cases is too small to reliably tell how well a hospital is performing.

Spending per Hospital Patient with Medicare

The Spending per Hospital Patient with Medicare measure shows whether Medicare spends more, less, or about the same per Medicare patient treated in a specific hospital, compared to how much Medicare spends per patient nationally. This measure includes any Medicare Part A and Part B payments made for services provided to a patient during the 3 days prior to the hospital stay, during the stay, and during the 30 days after discharge from the hospital.

This result is a ratio calculated by dividing the amount Medicare spends per patient for an episode of care initiated at this hospital by the median (or middle) amount Medicare spent per patient nationally.

A result of 1 means that Medicare spends ABOUT THE SAME amount per patient for an episode of care initiated at this hospital as it does per hospital patient nationally.

A result that is more than 1 means that Medicare spends MORE per patient for an episode of care initiated at this hospital than it does per hospital patient nationally.

A result that is less than 1 means that Medicare spends LESS per patient for an episode of care initiated at this hospital than it does per hospital patient nationally.

Lower numbers are better.



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