Long Term Care Hospital General Information

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This dataset includes a list of long-term care hospitals with information such as address, phone number, ownership data and more. This dataset also shows the total number of beds each long-term care hospital owns.


Rapid growth in the number of long-term care hospitals (LTCHs) and in Medicare’s spending highlights the need for more information about these facilities and the care beneficiaries receive from them. LTCHs’ role is to provide post-acute care to a small number of medically complex patients. The supply of LTCHs is a strong predictor of their use and that acute hospitals and skilled nursing facilities are the principal alternatives to LTCHs. In general, LTCH patients cost Medicare more than similar patients using alternative settings but that if LTCH care is targeted to patients with the highest severity, the cost is comparable. It is concluded that continued growth in LTCHs and the financial incentives presented by multiple Medicare prospective payment systems make a new, clearer definition of LTCH care imperative. Thus it is recommended that long-term care hospitals be defined by facility and patient criteria that ensure that patients admitted to these facilities are medically complex and have a good chance of improvement.

Long Term Care Hospitals (LTCHs) provide care to patients with medically complex problems. These complex diagnoses include, but are not limited to – Traumatic Brain Injury, conditions requiring prolonged mechanical ventilation, paralysis, very significant wound care, and other conditions resulting in organ failure – resulting in the patient requiring a hospital-level of care for an extended period.

To qualify as a Long-Term Care Hospital for Medicare payment, a facility must meet Medicare’s conditions of participation for acute care hospitals and have an average length of stay greater than 25 days for its Medicare patients. Medicare is a major payer for most LTCHs, accounting for about two-thirds of LTCH discharges.

The quality of patient care that long-term care hospitals provide to patients can vary from hospital to hospital. This dataset provides information on 425 hospitals across the nation and allows patients, family members, and healthcare providers to get a snapshot of the quality of care each hospital provides. The long-term care hospitals can be compared on the basis of important indicators of quality they provide to the patients. The information in this study:

– Helps the individuals to make more informed decisions about where they get their healthcare.
– Encourages long-term care hospitals to improve the quality of care they provide to patients.

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Hospital Compare, Long Term Care Hospitals LTCHs, Hospital General Information, Quality of healthcare

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Hospital Compare Long Term Care Hospital General Information, Hospitals' Quality of Long Term Care Comparison, General Information Regarding Long Term Care Hospitals

CMS_Certification_Number_CCNCMS certification number (CCN). Identification number of the hospital within the CMS dataset.stringrequired : 1
Facility_NameName of the facility (also referred to as the provider)stringrequired : 1
Facility_AddressMain street facility address information of the hospitalstringrequired : 1
Facility_CityMailing city. The Facility city in the main street address of the hospital.stringrequired : 1
StateFull name of different states of U.S.stringrequired : 1
State_CodeTwo-letter abbreviation for different states of U.S.stringrequired : 1
Zip_Code5 digit postal zip code in the mailing address of the hospital.integerrequired : 1 level : Nominal
County_NameMailing county of the hospital.stringrequired : 1
Phone_NumberMain phone number of the hospital. 3-digit area code plus 7-digit telephone number.stringrequired : 1
CMS_RegionIndicates the Regional Offices of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). CMS Regional Offices are the agency’s state and local presence. Regional field staff work closely with beneficiaries, health care providers, state governments, CMS contractors, community groups and others to provide education and address questions. The ten regions to provide health care have been assigned the following codes:integerrequired : 1
Ownership_TypeIndicates the ownership type of hospital. According to the findings of this study, the five types of ownership are:stringrequired : 1
Certification_DateIndicates the Certification date of the hospital.daterequired : 1
Total_Number_of_BedsIndicates the total number of beds which are used in the hospital for patients.integerrequired : 1 level : Ratio
LatitudeIdentifies the geographical location Latitude.numberrequired : 1
LongitudeIdentifies the geographical location Longitude.numberrequired : 1
452112ICON HOSPITAL19211 MCKAY BLVDHUMBLETX77338Harris(704) 887-72836Physician2009-02-0154
362020KINDRED HOSPITAL LIMA730 W MARKET STLIMAOH45801Allen(419) 224-18885For profit1999-02-0112
452039KINDRED HOSPITAL11297 FALLBROOKHOUSTONTX77065Harris(281) 897-81146For profit1994-06-01158
452108DALLAS LTACH LLC8050 MEADOWS ROADDALLASTX75231Dallas(469) 232-65006For profit2008-07-0160
052039KINDRED HOSPITAL BREA875 N BREA BLVDBREACA92821Orange(714) 529-68429For profit1995-12-0148
452046PLAZA SPECIALTY HOSPITAL1300 BINZHOUSTONTX77004Harris(713) 285-10006For profit1995-01-0165
352004VIBRA HOSPITAL OF FARGO5225 23RD AVE SFARGOND58104Cass(701) 241-90998For profit1998-10-0231
032002CURAHEALTH TUCSON355 NORTH WILMOT ROADTUCSONAZ85711Pima(520) 584-45009For profit1994-11-0151
122001LEAHI HOSPITAL3675 KILAUEA AVENUEHONOLULUHI96816Honolulu(808) 733-80009Government1969-01-019
112003SHEPHERD CENTER2020 PEACHTREE RD NWATLANTAGA30309Fulton(404) 350-73114Non-profit1984-04-01152