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All Payer Hospital Inpatient Discharges by Facility and Year (SPARCS De-Identified): Beginning 2009

This is a chart based on All Payer Hospital Inpatient Discharges by Facility (SPARCS De-Identified): Beginning 2009.

Row numberHospital NameDischarge YearYearly Rank by VolumeNumber of Discharges
1Mount Sinai Hospital2009158885
2Mount Sinai Hospital2012158790
3Mount Sinai Hospital2010158726
4Mount Sinai Hospital2013157400
5Mount Sinai Hospital2011157346
6Mount Sinai Hospital2014156099
7North Shore University Hospital2009254908
8North Shore University Hospital2010254318
9North Shore University Hospital2011253209
10North Shore University Hospital2012251967
11New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center2010351111
12North Shore University Hospital2013250841
13New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center2009350661
14New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center2011350236
15New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center2012350154
16New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center2013349401
17North Shore University Hospital2014249226
18New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center2014347935
19New York Presbyterian Hospital - New York Weill Cornell Center2011447764
20New York Presbyterian Hospital - New York Weill Cornell Center2012447435
21New York Presbyterian Hospital - New York Weill Cornell Center2014447169
22New York Presbyterian Hospital - New York Weill Cornell Center2010446778
23Mount Sinai Beth Israel2012546465
24New York Presbyterian Hospital - New York Weill Cornell Center2009445394
25Maimonides Medical Center2009545243
26Montefiore Medical Center - Henry & Lucy Moses Div2010545235
27Maimonides Medical Center2010644979
28Maimonides Medical Center2011544905
29Montefiore Medical Center - Henry & Lucy Moses Div2009644837
30Montefiore Medical Center - Henry & Lucy Moses Div2011644790
31Mount Sinai Beth Israel2010744759
32Maimonides Medical Center2012644500
33Maimonides Medical Center2013443845
34Montefiore Medical Center - Henry & Lucy Moses Div2012743682
35Mount Sinai Beth Israel2013543435
36Maimonides Medical Center2014543194
37New York Presbyterian Hospital - New York Weill Cornell Center2013642208
38Strong Memorial Hospital2009741196
39Mount Sinai Beth Israel2009841121
40Strong Memorial Hospital2012840894
41Strong Memorial Hospital2010840688
42Long Island Jewish Medical Center2014640646
43Strong Memorial Hospital2011740584
44Mount Sinai Beth Israel2011840521
45Montefiore Medical Center - Henry & Lucy Moses Div2013740125
46Montefiore Medical Center - Henry & Lucy Moses Div2014740077
47Mount Sinai Beth Israel2014839841
48New York Methodist Hospital2013839788
49Strong Memorial Hospital2013939729
50New York Methodist Hospital2014939634

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created Feb 22, 2013

updated Jun 10, 2016

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This chart displays the total number of discharges per hospital by discharge year for the hospitals with the largest number of discharges. To view a hospital that is not included in the initial visualization, explore the different filter conditions. To expand the view from the initial hospitals shown, you may uncheck the preselected filter and choose your own parameters.

The chart is based on data collected on patients and hospital discharges in the Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System (SPARCS).

Not all hospitals are shown in the initial visualization display. To expand the display, explore the different filter options.

The SPARCS data has been divided into two distinct datasets, Hospital Discharges by Patient County of Residence and Hospital Discharges by Facility to preserve the confidentiality of identifiable individual information.

This dataset includes the facility names.

For more information check out http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/sparcs/. The "About" tab contains additional details concerning this dataset..

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New York State Department of Health
Source Link
http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/sparcs/
Dataset Summary
Organization
Office of Quality and Patient Safety
Time Period
Beginning 2009
Posting Frequency
Annually
Data Frequency
Annually
Dataset Owner
Bureau of Outcomes Research
Coverage
Statewide
Granularity
Number of Discharges
Units
Average Length of Stay in Days
Notes
Notes
SPARCS is a major management tool used to assist hospitals, agencies, and health care organizations with decision making regarding financial planning and monitoring of inpatient and ambulatory services and costs. It contains eight searchable variables which can be used to report the total number of discharges and the average length of stay. The use of this dataset allows the replication of many tables in the SPARCS Annual Report.
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*** Please be aware that a known issue within the Health Data NY platform may cause the information displayed across the X-axis to not appear in the intended order when the sorting/filtering feature is used to create a chart using this dataset. The issue is currently being addressed. As soon as the issue is resolved, all current charts generated by the New York State Health Department will be recreated to display correctly. Please note that the actual data presented in the dataset is correct.
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Not all categories are shown in the initial visualization display. To expand the display, explore the different filter options.The SPARCS data has been divided into two distinct datasets, Hospital Discharges by Patient County of Residence and Hospital Discharges by Facility to preserve the confidentiality of identifiable individual information. This dataset includes the facility names.
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