A Comparison of Rural and Urban Specialty Hospitals
Results of a study examining differences in long-term acute care hospitals, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, and inpatient rehabilitation facilities in urban and rural areas. Features statistics on ownership type, location, number of beds, percent of inpatient days for rural residents, percent of inpatient days for Medicare beneficiaries, operating expenses, percent of Medicaid days, and profitability.
George H. Pink, Andrew Osgood, Pranathi Sana
North Carolina Rural Health Research Program
Hospitals · Inpatient care · Long-term care · Medicaid · Medicare · Mental health · Physical therapy · Rural-urban differences · Specialty care · Statistics and data