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The American Hospital Directory® provides data, statistics, and analytics about more than 7,000 hospitals nationwide. AHD.com® hospital information includes both public and private sources such as Medicare claims data, hospital cost reports, and commercial licensors. AHD® is not affiliated with the American Hospital Association (AHA) and is not a source for AHA Data. Our data are evidence-based and derived from the most definitive sources.
Use versatile search tools to explore our database of hospital information and hospital analytics. Create a list or a map of hospitals that match your interests. View free hospital profiles that include key characteristics, services provided, utilization statistics, accreditation status, financial information, and more. No registration is required.
View key statistics summarized by hospital, state, and the nation. Statistics include bed size, discharges, patient days, and gross patient revenue.
Advanced search filters including demographic information, utilization statistics, geographic information, and operational characteristics. List creation and mapping based on search criteria. Access to AHD Apps, contact names, and more.
Supplemental applications provide reporting and functionality to support specialized areas of interest such as ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), clinical costs, market analysis, MS-DRG coding indicators, operational trends, and provider analysis.
Custom datasets and other information resources produced according to your needs and interests enabling your own specialized reporting, competitor analysis, research studies, and matching hospital characteristics with key personnel.
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EXAMPLE: Service Market Analysis
A 380 bed short-term acute care hospital in a community of approximately 325,000 explored the feasibility of expanding its orthopedic services. They were particularly interested in Hip and Knee Replacements (MSDRGs 469-470). Using AHD's search tools and reports they were able identify peer hospitals and collect pertinent, comparative information.
Their analysis summarized patient volumes, average charges, market shares, and patients by attending physician for each hospital providing Hip and Knee Replacements in the community. Using this information, the inquiring hospital concluded that there was a meaningful opportunity to increase its orthopedic services and discovered a few irregularities that required further exploration.