2010 Annual Report

Hospital Inpatient Discharges as of October 5, 2012

Tables 1-19

Table 1 Discontinued

Table 2 Discharges/Average Length of Stay by Sex and Age Group by Service Category

Table 3 Discharges/Average Length of Stay by Expected Primary Source of Reimbursement by Service Category

Table 4 Discharges/Average Length of Stay by Sex and Expected Primary Source of Reimbursement by Age Group

Table 5 Discharges/Average Length of Stay by Disposition of Patient by Service Category

Table 6 Discharges/Average Length of Stay by Sex and Disposition of Patient by Age Group

Table 7 Discharges/Average Length of Stay by Sex and County of Residence by Age Group

Table 8 Discharges/Average Length of Stay by County of Hospitalization and Hospital by Service Category

Table 9 (I) Discharges/Average Length of Stay by County of Hospitalization and Hospital by Expected Primary Source of Reimbursement
Self Pay, Workers' Comp, Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross, Other Government, Commercial, No Charge

Table 9 (II) Discharges/Average Length of Stay by County of Hospitalization and Hospital by Expected Primary Source of Reimbursement
Other, HMO, CHAMPUS/VA, No Fault, Corrections, Self Insured/Self-Administered, Medicare HMO, Medicaid HMO

Table 10 Discharges by Sex and County of Hospitalization and Hospital by Age Group

Table 11 Discontinued

Table 12 Discharges by Hospital and County of Residence by Service Category

Table 13A Discontinued

Table 13B Top 50 Principal Diagnosis Categories - Discharges/Percent of Total/Average Total Charge of Stay

Table 13C Top 50 Surgical Principal Procedure Categories - Discharges/Percent of Total/Average Total Charge of Stay

Table 13D Discontinued

Table 14-19 Discontinued

2010 Reporting Data Completeness Issues

The 2010 Inpatient Annual Report was completed using data reported as of 10/5/2012. The completeness of the SPARCS data is based on two reviews: the SPARCS Annual Reconciliation Process and a comparison to the Institutional Cost Report (ICR) as supplied by the facilities to the Department of Health. At the conclusion of the 2010 SPARCS Annual Reconciliation Process, the following inpatient facilities reported two or more months below their expected target of monthly discharges.

As of 10/5/2012, the 2010 total inpatient discharges collected by SPARCS were 98% of the total discharges reported on the ICR. This indicates that the 2010 SPARCS inpatient reporting is complete.

Name PFI Reporting Details
Jones Memorial Health Center 0102 SPARCS data for Jones Memorial Health Center reported its inpatient data under the PFI 0103 Woman's Christian Association Hospital. As of 1/1/2011 the data for Jones Memorial Health Center reported its SPARCS inpatient data under its own facility.
Tritown Regional Health Center 8554 Facility does not provide inpatient services, but continues to retain inpatient services on its operating certificate.
McClellan Campus 0830 Facility does not provide inpatient services. The facility continues to retain inpatient services on its operating certificate.
Ellenville Regional 1002 A critical care hospital provides inpatient services, but the facility was unable to submit SPARCS data due to a technical issue.
North General Hospital 2968 Closed 7/31/2010.
Monroe Community Hospital 0414 A rehabilitation hospital with few inpatient beds. Inpatient patient records are generally less than ten per year.
Rockefeller University Hospital 1465 A research hospital with no charged inpatient beds.
Rochester General Hospital 0411 Facility had 653 fewer patient records than expected for January, 2010.
St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital 0698 Facility had fewer inpatient records than expected in 2010 as the facility closed their inpatient department (closure in 2011).
Benedictine Hospital 0989 Facility had fewer inpatient records than expected starting in May of 2010 due to the closure of their emergency department in April, 2010.