California's acute care hospitals experienced capacity changes between 2001 and 2010. Most have adjusted to economic stresses, and many have improved their financial status.
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California's 393 general acute care (GAC) hospitals saw 46 million outpatients and discharged 3.5 million inpatients in 2010, when the number of beds available had declined to the lowest level in a decade. This report examines the state's GAC hospital facilities, including their bed supply and capacity, use of services, financial health, and selected quality measures.
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Key findings include:
The complete report and a quick reference guide, along with a past edition of the report, are available as Document Downloads. The report was updated March 5, 2013, with changes to pages 2 and 37.
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