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2015 Hospital Power Players: Methodology & Notes

2015 Hospital Power Players: Methodology & Notes

A special report from FM and Technomic provides a detailed look into both patient and retail foodservice operations at the 50 largest hospitals.

The Hospital Power Players is a comprehensive report generated by exclusive research done by FM editors in collaboration with Technomic. The report provides a detailed look into both patient and retail foodservice operations at the 50 largest hospitals. The hospitals are ranked by the number of licensed beds in 2014, per data compiled by Technomic Inc.’s Digital Resources Library, which uses the Provider of Services file of the government’s Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services as the reference point. The Provider of Services data is supplied by each institution and varies in how many individual facilities it covers. Some report as single facilities or campuses while others co-report with other facilities that are not on the same campus or geographical site.

Sites with multiple co-reporting facilities are noted below.
Also of note, the Provider of Services file cited here reports Total Beds regardless of staffed or licensed status, which is different from other sources that cite Staffed Beds only, excluding beds utilized for only a portion of patient stays such as labor and delivery, post-operative, special procedures, etc.

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(a) includes Florida Hospital Orlando and Florida Hospital for Children
(b) includes NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center and Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital
(c) includes Jackson Memorial Hospital, Holtz Children’s Hospital, Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital and Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital
(d) includes Mayo Clinic Hospital Rochester, Mayo Clinic Methodist Hospital and Mayo Clinic Saint Mary’s Hospital
(e) includes Methodist Hospital of San Antonio and Methodist Children’s Hospital
(f) includes Norton Hospital and Kosair Children’s Hospital
(g) includes Orlando Regional Medical Center, Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and Dr. P. Phillips Hospital
(h) includes Yale-New Haven Hospital, Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital and Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven
(i) includes Via Christi Hospital on St. Francis, Cancer Center in Wichita and Chest-Pain Center
(j) includes University Hospitals Case Medical Center and UH MacDonald Women’s Hospital
(k) includes The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Bloomberg Children’s Center
(l) includes Duke University Hospital and Lenox Baker Children’s Hospital
(m) includes Abbott Northwestern Hospital and Heart Hospital
(n) includes Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas; Truett, Hoblitzell, Roberts, Jonsson, Collins Hospitals; Baylor Center for Restorative Care and Our Children’s House at Baylor
(o) includes Saint Francis Hospital, Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis and Heart Hospital at Saint Francis
(p) includes Vidant Medical Center and Children’s Hospital & Women’s Center
(q) includes Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center and Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital/Heart Institute
(r) includes University of Michigan Medical Center, University of Michigan Hospital, University of Michigan Hospital South, C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital
(s) includes Huntsville Hospital and Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children
(t) includes Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center and Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital

nr not reported
*FM Estimate

** Number for Baptist Health System
*** Numbers for Orlando Health System
##Numbers for Saint Francis Health System
# Includes guest trays

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