Hospital A is a mid-sized hospital serving an exurb in the Mid-Atlantic region. It transitioned from nonprofit to for-profit status.
Hospital B is a small hospital serving the Pacific West region. It is the Sole Community Hospital in a rural community.
Hospital C is a midsize hospital serving the Southwest region. It is in an urban setting within proximity of Hospital D, which is a hospital owned by the same system.
Hospital D is a large hospital serving the Southwest region. Through a unique partnership, it serves as a teaching hospital in collaboration with the city’s largest non-profit hospital.
Hospital E is a large institution serving the Rocky Mountains region. Given that it is a for-profit, the hospital has an unusually high number of Full-Time Employees.
Hospital F is a midsized hospital serving the Southeast region. Its competitor is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit hospitals.
Hospital G is a for-profit, mid-sized institution (200-399 beds) providing acute-care, general services to the Western region. Ownership of the hospital passed from nonprofit to for-profit.
Hospital H is a for-profit, large urban hospital (400+ beds) providing acute-care, general services to the Southwest region. Ownership of the hospital passed from nonprofit to a for-profit and nonprofit collaboration.
Hospital J is a for-profit, mid-size institution (50-200 beds) providing acute care, general services in the Pacific Northwest region. Ownership of the hospital passed from nonprofit to a for-profit and nonprofit collaboration.