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Medicare Hospital Spending by Claim

Row numberHospital NameProvider Number StatePeriodClaim TypeAvg Spending Per Episode (Hospital)Avg Spending Per Episode (State)Avg Spending Per Episode (Nation)Percent of Spending (Hospital)Percent of Spending (State)Percent of Spending (Nation)

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created Jul 06, 2012

updated May 09, 2014

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Also known as Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) Spending Breakdowns by Claim Type file. The data displayed here show average spending levels during hospitals’ Medicare Spending per Beneficiary (MSPB) episodes. An MSPB episode includes all Medicare Part A and Part B claims paid during the period from 3 days prior to a hospital admission through 30 days after discharge. These average Medicare payment amounts have been price-standardized to remove the effect of geographic payment differences and add-on payments for indirect medical education (IME) and disproportionate share hospitals (DSH). CMS uses the information on this webpage to calculate a hospital’s MSPB Measure value, which is reported on Hospital Compare. Specifically, the MSPB Measure methodology risk-adjusts the values on this webpage to account for beneficiary age and severity of illness. This webpage provides the pre-risk-adjusted values to help the public understand the MSPB Measure and its composition.

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  • Author: Andy
  • Posted: over 1 year ago

Is there a way I can access the old data from May 2010 - Feb 2011?

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  • Author: Claire
  • Posted: over 1 year ago

Actually, the data (and dates) seem to have just been updated. Both websites (http://www.hospitalcompare.hhs.gov/Data/spending-per-hospital-patient.aspx and http://www.medicare.gov/HospitalCompare/Data/AboutData/Data-Updated.aspx) agree that it ius now for the May2011-Dec2011 period. Hope this helps.

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  • Author: Keely
  • Posted: over 1 year ago

Can I get an actual confirmation that its May 2010 - Feb 2011?

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  • Author: Keely
  • Posted: over 1 year ago

what time period is this data from?

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  • Author: Keely
  • Posted: over 1 year ago

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