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May 18, 2013

Study reflects local hospital costs on par

Community, St. Vincent provided cumulative $39 million last year in charity care

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ANDERSON, Ind. —

By the numbers

The following numbers are select local hospitals’ average inpatient payment for the most extensive set of treatment and services for cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrest is used as an example because it’s fairly ubiquitous among American hospitals.

  • IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, Muncie: $9,768
  • St. Vincent Anderson Regional: $9,483
  • Reid Hospital, Richmond: $9,478
  • Marion General Hospital: $8,775
  • Community Hospital Anderson: $8,612
  • Hancock Regional, Greenfield: $8,046
  • Riverview Hospital, Noblesville: $7,868

Source: DRG Summary for Medicare Inpatient Prospective Payment Hospitals, FY2011

 

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