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HFMA Key Hospital Financial Statistics and Ratio Medians

Research & Reports | Finance and Business Strategy

HFMA Key Hospital Financial Statistics and Ratio Medians

A collection of key hospital financial statistics and ratios are presented in these tools, including operating margin, days in accounts receivable, and average length of stay.

A collection of key hospital financial statistics and ratios are presented in these documents, including operating margin, days in accounts receivable, and average length of stay.

Use the links below to access statistics and ratio medians for the most recent five individual years:

See our glossary of ratio formulas for more information on the ratios presented in these documents.

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