Annual Statistical Supplement, 2004

 

Health Care Programs

Medicare

Participating Facilities

Table 8.C1 Hospital Insurance and/or Supplementary Medical Insurance: Number of facilities and beds, by type of participating provider, December 1967–2003, selected years
Year Hospitals Skilled
nursing
facilities
Home
health
agencies
Clinical Laboratory
Improvement Act/
independent laboratories
All hospitals General a Psychiatric
Facilities
1967 6,829 6,501 328 4,405 1,890 2,355
1970 6,779 6,444 335 4,494 2,333 2,750
1975 6,770 6,383 387 3,932 2,290 3,174
1976 6,774 6,368 406 3,992 2,353 3,156
1977 6,755 6,353 402 4,461 2,496 3,249
1978 6,848 6,432 416 4,982 2,715 3,384
1979 6,780 6,372 408 5,055 2,858 3,448
1980 6,736 6,325 411 5,155 3,012 3,374
1981 6,749 6,335 414 5,295 3,169 3,511
1982 6,737 6,321 416 5,510 3,627 3,643
1983 6,687 6,257 430 5,760 4,235 3,708
1984 6,676 6,228 448 6,183 5,237 3,890
1985 6,710 6,209 501 6,725 5,932 4,029
1986 6,731 6,189 542 7,148 5,953 4,298
1987 6,715 6,130 585 7,379 5,769 4,487
1988 6,658 6,044 614 7,683 5,673 4,676
1989 6,547 5,891 656 8,688 5,661 4,828
1990 6,522 5,848 674 9,008 5,730 4,881
1991 6,471 5,759 712 10,061 5,963 4,898
1992 6,433 5,722 711 10,910 6,461 4,942
1993 6,473 5,738 735 11,472 7,000 156,117 b
1994 6,414 5,705 709 12,584 7,827 151,422 b
1995 6,376 5,694 682 13,452 8,447 156,511 b
1996 6,273 5,627 646 14,177 9,850 157,876 b
1997 6,293 5,639 654 14,860 10,807 164,054 b
1998 6,116 5,514 602 15,032 9,330 166,817 b
1999 5,985 5,415 570 14,913 7,857 171,018 b
2000 6,031 5,512 519 14,841 7,099 168,333 b
2001 6,002 5,508 494 14,755 6,813 173,807 b
2002 6,024 5,537 487 14,838 6,928 176,947 b
2003 6,057 5,579 478 14,939 7,138 184,466 b
Beds
1967 1,141,155 837,211 303,944 308,843 . . . . . .
1970 1,190,309 878,509 311,800 325,415 . . . . . .
1975 1,136,908 939,717 197,191 287,468 . . . . . .
1976 1,169,433 980,805 188,628 332,515 . . . . . .
1977 1,130,519 976,465 154,054 381,715 . . . . . .
1978 1,154,250 1,015,645 138,605 414,188 . . . . . .
1979 1,152,088 1,016,525 135,563 433,715 . . . . . .
1980 1,145,245 1,017,794 127,451 448,007 . . . . . .
1981 1,152,877 1,032,042 120,835 463,715 . . . . . .
1982 1,146,480 1,044,427 102,053 497,056 . . . . . .
1983 1,143,544 1,046,674 96,870 519,551 . . . . . .
1984 1,146,093 1,050,832 95,261 548,201 . . . . . .
1985 1,144,589 1,046,889 97,700 -- . . . . . .
1986 1,137,853 1,043,430 94,423 444,326 . . . . . .
1987 1,124,928 1,030,556 94,372 449,867 . . . . . .
1988 1,115,809 1,022,116 93,693 476,447 . . . . . .
1989 1,106,295 1,008,845 97,450 507,475 . . . . . .
1990 1,104,703 1,005,480 99,223 512,107 . . . . . .
1991 1,102,286 1,003,147 99,139 583,116 . . . . . .
1992 1,093,895 997,695 96,200 606,218 . . . . . .
1993 1,094,422 994,847 99,575 622,534 . . . . . .
1994 1,074,371 985,809 88,562 649,054 . . . . . .
1995 1,056,454 970,143 86,311 657,225 . . . . . .
1996 1,038,105 955,604 82,501 671,839 . . . . . .
1997 1,037,356 954,372 82,984 684,977 . . . . . .
1998 1,012,168 934,635 77,533 722,626 . . . . . .
1999 993,901 920,326 73,575 836,720 . . . . . .
2000 982,616 913,806 68,810 939,364 . . . . . .
2001 968,761 901,688 67,073 1,104,978 . . . . . .
2002 957,898 897,076 60,822 1,260,625 . . . . . .
2003 951,628 894,457 57,171 1,371,815 . . . . . .
SOURCE: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable; -- = not available.
a. Includes short-stay and other long-stay hospitals.
b. Beginning in 1993, the data include all Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act facilities as of December of each year.
CONTACT: Maria Diacogiannis (410) 786-0178.
Table 8.C2 Hospital Insurance: Number of participating hospitals and beds per 1,000 enrollees, by state or other area, December 2003
Census division and state or area All hospitals Short-stay Long-stay
Hospitals Beds Hospitals Beds Beds
per 1,000
enrollees a
Hospitals Beds
Total
All areas 6,057 951,628 4,101 827,475 20.4 1,956 124,153
United States 5,993 940,495 4,043 817,490 20.6 1,950 123,005
New England 261 43,647 177 32,724 15.2 90 10,710
Connecticut 46 10,372 32 8,295 16.0 14 2,077
Maine 41 4,063 28 3,475 15.4 13 588
Massachusetts 113 19,420 68 13,154 13.6 45 6,266
New Hampshire 30 3,389 21 2,765 15.4 9 624
Rhode Island 15 3,785 11 2,910 17.1 4 875
Vermont 16 2,048 11 1,768 19.2 5 280
Middle Atlantic 605 150,837 467 128,837 21.7 151 19,827
New Jersey 107 31,338 78 27,281 22.7 29 4,057
New York 252 73,989 204 65,663 24.9 48 8,326
Pennsylvania 246 41,034 172 33,590 15.9 74 7,444
East North Central 900 166,610 645 149,635 23.1 281 16,448
Illinois 216 46,872 158 43,132 26.3 58 3,740
Indiana 157 21,619 94 18,830 21.5 63 2,789
Michigan 175 29,984 129 27,133 18.8 46 2,851
Ohio 211 46,129 147 41,619 24.3 64 4,510
Wisconsin 141 19,023 91 16,465 20.5 50 2,558
West North Central 766 78,360 430 65,758 22.6 377 13,170
Iowa 119 11,833 60 10,134 21.0 59 1,699
Kansas 152 11,166 72 8,823 22.5 80 2,343
Minnesota 147 16,684 85 13,828 20.5 62 2,856
Missouri 137 24,134 98 21,817 24.8 39 2,317
Nebraska 94 6,669 26 4,505 17.6 68 2,164
North Dakota 50 3,276 17 2,363 23.0 33 913
South Dakota 67 3,409 31 2,531 20.8 36 878
South Atlantic 890 171,542 656 151,228 19.3 242 20,786
Delaware 10 2,261 5 1,892 15.9 5 369
District of Columbia 14 4,519 7 3,527 49.1 7 992
Florida 235 53,517 179 48,696 16.7 56 4,821
Georgia 176 24,902 118 21,416 22.2 58 3,486
Maryland 65 16,104 47 13,108 19.5 18 2,996
North Carolina 139 25,993 108 22,722 18.9 31 3,271
South Carolina 76 12,637 59 11,358 18.8 17 1,279
Virginia 109 21,236 83 18,745 20.0 26 2,491
West Virginia 66 9,388 42 8,307 23.9 24 1,081
East South Central 495 74,985 388 68,529 25.7 117 6,980
Alabama 122 19,921 100 18,227 25.5 22 1,694
Kentucky 115 17,347 76 14,877 23.1 39 2,470
Mississippi 106 12,834 85 12,065 27.7 21 769
Tennessee 152 24,781 117 22,734 26.2 35 2,047
West South Central 969 105,638 608 88,888 22.4 350 17,703
Arkansas 108 10,996 68 8,788 19.4 40 2,208
Louisiana 214 22,762 123 18,529 30.1 91 4,233
Oklahoma 151 14,679 100 12,797 24.6 51 1,882
Texas 496 60,409 328 51,029 21.4 168 9,380
Mountain 456 45,907 283 39,206 16.8 190 7,814
Arizona 89 12,833 61 11,191 15.5 28 1,642
Colorado 84 11,551 45 9,389 19.3 39 2,162
Idaho 47 3,285 18 2,557 14.4 29 728
Montana 64 2,907 25 2,209 15.5 39 698
Nevada 41 5,408 24 4,595 16.9 17 813
New Mexico 53 5,011 38 4,394 17.8 15 617
Utah 48 5,091 38 4,226 19.3 10 865
Wyoming 30 1,511 17 1,222 17.8 13 289
Pacific 651 109,239 519 99,853 18.3 152 9,567
Alaska 24 1,509 14 1,228 25.8 10 281
California 438 82,366 365 76,725 19.4 73 5,641
Hawaii 27 2,715 17 2,250 12.9 10 465
Oregon 62 7,867 43 7,238 14.3 19 629
Washington 100 13,919 60 11,368 14.8 40 2,551
Outlying areas 64 11,133 58 9,985 10.8 6 1,148
Puerto Rico 59 10,448 53 9,300 16.2 6 1,148
Virgin Islands 2 320 2 320 27.4 0 0
Other 3 365 3 365 1.1 0 0
SOURCE: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
a. Based on total number of persons enrolled in the Hospital Insurance program as of July 1, 2003.
CONTACT: Maria Diacogiannis (410) 786-0178.
Table 8.C3 Hospital Insurance and/or Supplementary Medical Insurance: Number of participating skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, independent laboratories, and end-stage renal disease facilities, by census division and state or other area, December 2003
Census division and state or area Skilled nursing facilities Home
health
agencies
Clinical
Laboratory
Improvement
Act facilities
End stage
renal disease
facilities
Number Beds Beds per
1,000
enrollees a
Total
All areas 14,940 1,371,845 33.7 7,141 184,513 4,469
United States 14,931 1,371,480 34.5 7,087 183,401 4,419
New England 1,047 102,081 47.5 296 9,238 147
Connecticut 251 30,496 58.7 83 2,564 30
Maine 120 6,328 28.0 31 977 16
Massachusetts 468 47,894 49.7 114 3,617 72
New Hampshire 71 6,057 33.8 35 877 10
Rhode Island 95 8,078 47.5 21 767 13
Vermont 42 3,228 35.0 12 436 6
Middle Atlantic 1,748 247,670 41.6 526 22,759 578
New Jersey 356 46,767 38.9 52 5,108 108
New York 669 122,285 46.3 196 10,168 229
Pennsylvania 723 78,618 37.3 278 7,483 241
East North Central 2,845 238,026 36.8 1,142 30,392 655
Illinois 673 42,869 26.1 295 7,828 158
Indiana 484 39,005 44.5 161 4,541 91
Michigan 395 37,910 26.3 212 6,234 129
Ohio 930 82,346 48.1 350 8,802 185
Wisconsin 363 35,896 44.7 124 2,987 92
West North Central 1,858 138,767 47.7 829 13,872 336
Iowa 363 25,605 53.1 180 2,393 52
Kansas 263 17,321 44.1 130 2,224 43
Minnesota 404 36,798 54.5 222 2,316 67
Missouri 478 34,152 38.8 159 4,371 111
Nebraska 177 12,194 47.5 63 1,434 29
North Dakota 83 6,522 63.4 29 501 14
South Dakota 90 6,175 50.8 46 633 20
South Atlantic 2,275 215,395 27.5 1,049 37,341 1,001
Delaware 37 3,572 30.0 14 661 15
District of Columbia 20 2,017 28.1 15 435 25
Florida 688 70,546 24.3 420 12,460 261
Georgia 334 35,130 36.4 97 5,961 213
Maryland 233 22,207 33.1 45 3,368 114
North Carolina 420 36,439 30.3 169 5,555 137
South Carolina 178 15,483 25.7 71 3,071 86
Virginia 244 21,349 22.7 153 4,218 126
West Virginia 121 8,652 24.9 65 1,612 24
East South Central 990 79,602 29.9 446 12,215 363
Alabama 225 22,232 31.1 140 3,230 104
Kentucky 295 22,443 34.9 108 2,952 64
Mississippi 165 14,347 32.9 60 1,900 68
Tennessee 305 20,580 23.7 138 4,133 127
West South Central 1,754 158,794 40.0 1,629 23,118 585
Arkansas 199 15,431 34.1 173 1,831 62
Louisiana 285 32,353 52.6 225 3,667 127
Oklahoma 256 21,162 40.7 187 2,756 65
Texas 1,014 89,848 37.8 1,044 14,864 331
Mountain 733 59,750 25.6 465 10,189 240
Arizona 134 11,888 16.4 62 2,827 90
Colorado 196 17,017 35.0 128 2,349 42
Idaho 77 5,775 32.5 49 759 7
Montana 100 7,146 50.3 46 652 15
Nevada 42 4,818 17.7 45 1022 22
New Mexico 72 4,157 16.8 57 1,124 31
Utah 79 6,168 28.2 46 1,117 24
Wyoming 33 2,781 40.6 32 339 9
Pacific 1,681 131,395 24.1 705 24,277 514
Alaska 14 508 10.7 14 449 2
California 1,256 99,484 25.2 557 18,132 398
Hawaii 41 3,553 20.4 14 767 18
Oregon 121 9,141 18.0 59 2,017 44
Washington 249 18,709 24.3 61 2,912 52
Outlying areas 8 335 0.4 51 1,065 45
Puerto Rico 6 265 0.5 46 989 37
Virgin Islands 1 40 3.4 2 29 3
Other 1 30 0.1 3 47 5
SOURCE: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
a. Based on total number of beneficiaries enrolled in the Hospital Insurance program as of July 1, 2003.
CONTACT: Maria Diacogiannis (410) 786-0178.